The electronic ban game plan: how will airlines win this back?

ethiad wifi electronic ban

Last week an electronic ban was announced that effective immediately numerous flights to and from the middle east and the US and UK would enforce. With many airlines impacted and the ban taking effect immediately – many have already been at a loss without their electronics. So naturally, airlines have had to be quick with […]

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New Delta Routes – The Good Always Comes With The Bad…

Delta One Service

The Good –¬†Delta has just announced two new transcontinental routes; first between LAX and DCA, second between BOs and SFO. Both will get the benefits of the lie-flat seats and full Delta One service. The Bad – Neither of the new Delta routes will be eligible for unlimited complimentary upgrades, not even for Medallion elites. […]

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Frequent Flyer Programme: It’s More Than Points!

status runs

The Frequent Flyer Programme of today, really, put point out the window. Where the real impact lies, is with status. The golden word: S T A T U S – you need to cultivate and look after your status, like it is the last born child of the world, this is the thing that is […]

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Frequent flyers: Laptop ban could leave you at a loose end when travelling.

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  Earlier this week it was leaked that the US authorities are going to require airlines from eight nations to ban passengers from having any electronic device larger than a cellphone on to the plane. The ban affects ten airpots, including: Cairo International, Egypt Dubai international, UAE Abu Dhabi international,¬†UAE Kuwait International, Kuwait Mohammaed V, […]

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Small biz you’re paying 24% more on business travel!

small business travel

Small businesses – you’re paying 24% more on business travel than your larger counterparts! According to data complied by Concur, a travel expense management software, the reasons for such a difference where it wouldn’t be expected could be due to “negotiating leverage, driven by scale and sophisticated spend management strategies, continues to give large market […]

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It’s lights out for United First and Business class passengers.

United Airlines hasn’t always had the best reputation in regards to customer experience and customer comfort. In an effort to change this, they have planned in a series of cabin enhancements and also a deal with IBM and Apple to give flight attendants more knowledge on flight connections and services whilst in flight. Creating a […]

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An eco-friendly runway? Heathrow says it’s possible!

Heathrow is planning to make a new runway that will completely carbon neutral. In an effort to making the airport more environmentally friendly, Heathrow’s boss John Holland-Kay, has put together the Heathrow 2.0 strategy which aims to minimise aircraft noise and pollution and implement a third runway that doesn’t have massive environmental impacts. They’ve committed […]

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