UNITED AIRLINES

Airline Loyalty Programs

Airline Loyalty Programs Of Tomorrow Part 1 – Yesterday And Today

Airline loyalty programs have been around since the 1950s when airlines like United Airlines started tracking customer travels.  In this series of insights, we will examine how these programs evolved over the past 65 years and discuss future innovations for them to remain relevant and effective in an age where loyalty is fragmented and increasingly hard to maintain.
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United Airlines Better Boarding Process to be Introduced on September 18, 2018

United Airlines Introduces New Boarding Process On September 18

Many airlines trial different boarding process with the goal to minimize customer wait time and inconvenience at the gate and ensure that the flight would depart on time without incidents. Chicago based United Airlines is introducing a new process dubbed “Better Boarding” starting on September 18, 2018 that it hopes will reduce dwelling time in lineups, improve customer flow and reduce boarding time.

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Boeing 777-300ER Cockpit Longest Flights

Longest Non-Stop Flight Titleholder 2017 Edition

Aircraft manufacturers Boeing and rival Airbus have been working hard on extending flight ranges in their 777/787 and A350/A380 programs since their introduction into service. In combination with lower fuel prices, airlines have been taken risks in flying longer routes non-stop shattering distance current operating records in the process. Experience The Skies have been following the trends since day one and have published two editions of non-stop flight titleholders thus far (2014 Edition), (2016 Edition).  This third edition is expanded with more insights.

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Delta Air Lines and Amtrak Pick Lyft For The Ride Home

 

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.

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