Virgin America Virgin America (IATA Airline Code – VX) had a successful launch on Friday with a ~30% increase in stock price from its IPO price. Over the course of the week, we will introduce this airline, its success, challenges and what are the next steps they should take to be more successful as a […]
United Airlines United Airlines (IATA Airline Code – UA) published the new elite qualification requirements for 2015. Why is this topic trending with UA’s MileagePlus (TM) members and passengers alike?
Doha Hamad International Airport One of the main ingredients of being a world class airport is having a hotel attached to it. As noted in our 2013 Busiest Airport Review (refer to link), of the 20 busiest airports by passengers, only 4 do not have this feature.
Qantas Airways Who says economy passengers cannot be treated like rockstars?Qantas Airways (IATA Airline Code – QF) announced on November 11, 2014 that it will be expanding its food options and introduce its Select on Q-Eat service to international economy passengers on selected flights starting on November 25, 2014. Guess which is the first flight getting this […]
JetBlue and Porter Signed Interline Agreement This post was originally reported on October 6, 2014 and updated on November 11, 2014 to include additional marketing information from Porter Airlines. JetBlue Airways (B6) and Porter Airlines (PD) announced on October 6, 2014 that they have reached an interline agreement to expand their route network effective immediately.
Delta Air Lines Delta Air Lines (IATA Airline Code – DL) started a trial partnership with Porsche to bring a selective group of passengers to their connecting flights in Atlanta International Airport (IATA Airport Code – ATL) in 2011. The trial was well received and it was expanded to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), New York […]
Lufthansa Group made up of Lufthansa Airlines (IATA Airline Code – LH), Austrian Airlines (OS), Brussels Airlines (SN), SWISS (LX) and Germanwings (4U) announced its Winter 2015 schedule today.
Air Berlin Following the Etihad Airways (IATA Airline Code – EY) Premium Airline Partner program announcement on October 8, 2014. Air Berlin (AB) announced today that it will be moving its Milan operations from Malpensa (IATA Airport Code – MXP) to Linate (LIN) as at October 26, 2014.
Headline – Airline Stocks are Under Pressure from Ebola Uncertainties North American airline stocks continue to be under pressure from Ebola related uncertainties. As new rumoured or confirmed cases are reported, the market is reacting negatively.
Headline On September 30, 2014, CNN reported the first diagnosed case of the Ebola in the US. This sent shockwaves to the North American Stock Market on Wednesday, October 1, 2014.