2017 was another successful year for the travel industry as near 4 billion people flew to different locations around the world. With this many trips flown, have you ever wondered which routes are the busiest in the world? OAG has the world’s largest network of air travel data and provided us a list of the busiest routes across domestic and international markets. In this post, Experience The Skies explores the details and look for marketing opportunities. Read More »What Are The World’s Busiest Routes For 4 Billion Passengers?
The 90th Academy Awards ceremony were held on March 4, 2018 at the Kodak Theater in Los Angeles, USA. The “Oscars”, as they are more commonly know, is the climax of the season and sets the stage for The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to celebrate the best in cinema over the past year. From the beginning, movies have played an important role in providing entertainment choices for passengers on board an aircraft. Find out more about their relationship and how studios can partner with airlines more strategically to engage and drive higher sales for both.
Ahead of the 2020 Olympics and Paralympics, All Nippon Airways (ANA) unveiled a new livery and slogan to celebrate people and the Games.
Star Alliance partners with consulting firm Accenture to develop and implement the Digital Services Platform (DSP) with the goal to improve customer experience through consolidating digital and mobile services offered across all 28 airline members.
There have been a lot of customer confusion on basic economy fares since Delta Air Lines, United Airlines and American Airlines introduced them in their route network in the last five years. The confusion stems from the different amenities available for these customers by each of these airlines. For example, Delta Air Lines allows them to bring on a full size carryon baggage and use the overhead bin on board while United Airlines and American Airlines do not. In an attempt to ease confusion, online flight search tool Google Flights has incorporated the amenities included for this fare type in its latest beta release. We look at how this new function works, what is good about it and what Google can do to further improve the customer experience in design and capacities.
Experience The Skies introduced Air France’s new virtual reality experience in engaging its customers during the sale stage and on board in a previous post. Additionally, an airline competitive analysis and use case study was published as a follow up. The third part of the series focuses on pricing for individuals and airlines.
Air France introduces new virtual reality technology for travel agencies to showcase its business class experience and partners with SkyLights to expand on board entertainment options (Related News). This post continues the discussion with competitive analysis of the virtual reality technology used in the airline industry and new use cases. Virtual reality is an exciting technological advancement that is becoming increasingly sought after in a number of different industries, including sites like Nu-Bay and Tubev.sex (https://www.tubev.sex/search?search=xxx) along with the rest of the adult entertainment field.
Air France is adding virtual reality as part of the ticketing and on board amenities for business class passengers. While others have included virtual reality on board. It is the first time any airline use this technology for ticket booking.
Train and plane rides can be the fun part of a trip. The roundtrip journey to the train station and airport can be a bigger challenge for those with kids, a lot of baggages or riding public transportation. One solution is for train operators and airlines to partner with rideshare providers to allow for easy pick up and drop off. Amtrak and Delta Air Lines are two examples integrating Lyft in the journey process.
Singapore’s Changi Airport (SIN) will open its new Terminal 4 facilities within the next three months with the goal to maximize comfort and ancillary revenue opportunities.