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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

Can you put a price on loyalty? In Delta Air Lines’ case it is a guarantee against a USD6.5 billion credit facility

The good times of travel seemingly brought with them a shift in attitudes towards loyalty as increased competition in terms of price, service, frequency, efficiency

Let’s not yet worry about the winter storm because right now US airlines are already bracing for an autumn of discontent

Now that the US Labour Day holiday has passed, and business travel continues to remain essentially dormant, the country’s airlines are bracing for a rough

Facial recognition technology is rapidly being brought into use as a result of the need for zero contact through airports and stations

The days of handing over your passport before checking in for a flight, before boarding and at border controls are almost certainly numbered. As will

You can’t touch this! Health checks, cleaning programmes and social spacing initiatives could be here to stay to provide reassurance and confidence in flying

The aviation and travel industries are resilient and have endured and recovered from terrorist attacks, other health epidemics, and financial downturns. The big question though

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