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US majors take bullish views on business travel for the long term, even if the short-term vision remains cloudy

Despite the still dismal near term outlook for corporate travel, the US major airlines are seeing some encouraging signs emerge amongst their corporate clientele, and

‘The customer is changing’ – American sees some former cooperates travelling for leisure

Even as business traffic at American Airlines has plummeted roughly 95%, some customers that previously travelled for business are opting for leisure itineraries. American’s president

Alaska Airlines believes it and American Airlines will be extremely competitive for west coast corporate travellers

The recent tie-up between American Airlines and JetBlue Airways on the US eastern seaboard has received a lot of attention, but Alaska Airlines is already

American braces for a bumpy ride as corporate demand is essentially non-existent

Like so many airlines worldwide, US major American Airlines is bracing for a prolonged period of depressed corporate demand as the US attempts to beat

Coronavirus: US airlines were hit hard by 911, but they are now navigating uncharted territory as COVID-19 vaporises demand

The US government’s decision to initiate a travel ban covering the Schengen Area of Europe and subsequently also the United Kingdom and Ireland is essentially

American and United have no intention of allowing Delta to solely trumpet its customer satisfaction progress without blowing their own horns

No US carrier has touted its net promoter score (NPS) more during the last couple of years than Delta Air Lines – the strides it

US airline majors have positive short-term view on corporate demand, but 2020 outlook is clouded with uncertainty

The three large global US airline majors, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines and United Airlines are ending 2019 with an overall positive view of corporate

London – New York may be BA’s billion dollar route, but Norwegian has been the leading growth driver since 2013

The strength of the London to New York market is firmly built on Heathrow (LHR) – John F Kennedy International (JFK) route and the high

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