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Deceleration in economic growth and increased capacity will limit the ability of operators in North America achieving substantial pricing traction in 2020

Airfares in business and economy cabins will only grow by +1.5% in North America in 2020 as a deceleration in economic growth and increased capacity

From droughts to bushfires – and now a potential pandemic – Australia’s already slowing travel market takes another hefty blow

In Australia, it seems “it never rains, but…”. The widespread bushfires ravaging much of Australia’s south and east coasts follow years of drought, rendering the

Is it time to go with the flow? How tracking and analysing passenger movements could deliver reduce wait times, less crowding and a better traveller experience

Most regular air travellers will have an airport routine. When flying from a known airport they will follow a preferred path right from arrival through

Air France to launch business class service on short haul, domestic networks from 04-Feb-2020

Air France opened (23-Jan-2020) reservations for its new business class service on its domestic network and short-haul network from French regions, launching on 04-Feb-2020. Details include:

IATA: Global economy and trade uncertainties continue to weigh on business travel

IATA reported (21-Jan-2020) Oct-2019 data showed weakness in the global economy and uncertainties related to world trade continued to weigh on business travel, continuing a trend

Lufthansa’s investment in TripActions opens the door to a new collaborating that could shape the future distribution and corporate retailing landscape

Lufthansa Group’s investment in business travel platform TripActions will not only support the latter’s expansion across Europe, but could ultimately help shape the future distribution

United Airlines expects to offer Polaris seats on 90% of widebody aircraft by YE2020

United Airlines EVP and chief commercial officer (CCO) Andrew Nocella reported (22-Jan-2020) the carrier expects approximately 90% of its widebody aircraft to have Polaris seats installed

US economy loses USD65bn in 2018 due to workers failing to use vacation days

US Travel Association reported (22-Jan-2020) more than USD65 billion was lost in benefits in 2018, up 9% year-on-year, due to American workers failing to use their vacation days. More than USD151 billion in

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