Airlines and railways worked very closely together in the 1930s to transport passengers and mail. Aircraft technology advancement turned the once complementary partners into competitors from the 1950s onwards. This post discusses the air-rail partnerships over time and how they can maximize through partnerships in the future.
KLM (KL) has been a trailblazer in implementing new technologies to create a more seamless travel experience for passengers. Over the next two months, the airline will introduce new wayfinding and traveller assistance technologies to further enhance the experience in and out of the airport.
While many travellers are familiar with the inner workings of Lufthansa’s Miles and More™ program, many do not know much about the additional Status Stars™ tiers they can earn and the marketing genius behind an airline’s goal to build more loyalty.
Today’s news digest incorporates features on Boeing, Lufthansa, Air France, Qatar Airways, Air France, KLM, Frankfurt Airport, Munich Airport, SpiceJet, 737 MAX 10 and birds.
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) introduces a new concierge program for passengers looking for a premium experience at the airport.
Lufthansa German Group added five new lounge options for passengers travelling in its route network.
San Jose International Airport (SJC) has been the poor cousin of San Francisco International Airport (SFO). This status is slowly changing to additional flight just announced with Lufthansa German Group (LH).
Restaurant Service Lufthansa German Group (LH) announced (refer to news release for additional information) that starting in August, its Business Class passengers can look forward to restaurant quality service on board its long haul flights.
Future Route Opportunities Part 1 of the Boeing 777-300ER series introduced the aircraft type (refer to link). Part 2 of the series discussed some of the latest airline announcement using this aircraft to expand or introduce new markets (refer to link) This part will focus on future opportunities for airlines looking to improve performance or […]
IATA As part of its annual general meeting held in Miami, USA, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced a new size guideline for carry-on bags with the goal to maximize cabin storage space on board most narrow and widebody aircraft types. Refer to press release for video insert from IATA. (Originally posted on June 10 […]