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March/April 2019

Aviation

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12 Mar 2019
How premium economy, business and first-class flying are being redefined
Airline ancillaries
30 Jan 2019
Airlines made US$50 billion via ancillaries last year, but this ‘unbundling’ makes it harder for buyers to monitor the true cost of flying
24 Jan 2019
New reporting requirements will put the spotlight on the carbon footprint of every business traveller
Brexit illustration
15 Jan 2019
Travel buyers are living with uncertainly about what Brexit will mean for them
BBT Hotlist 2019
7 Jan 2019
BBT names the people, companies and technology that look set to revolutionise corporate travel in 2019
13 Dec 2018
Loyalty schemes have been blamed for undermining travel policies, but they do have their advantages
13 Nov 2018
Intra-regional transport links will grow only if the regions can make their voices heard at national level, says Gareth Morgan
Iain Griffin Seatfrog
6 Nov 2018
Upgrade auction platform Seatfrog is moving into air travel
An in-depth look at NDC
25 Oct 2018
Faced with rising oil prices, Brexit and air traffic control strikes, the good times may soon be over for airlines, says Gary Noakes
Jonathan Hinkles
23 Oct 2018
The boss of the Scottish airline talks about Loganair’s prospects and challenges
Isi Iredia, enterprise account director at Exponential-e
9 Oct 2018
Isi Iredia, enterprise account director at Exponential-e, explains what goes into ensuring business travellers have a reliable internet connection when visiting airport lounges
Norwegian premium seats
7 Aug 2018
Low-cost carriers with new aircraft are disrupting the transatlantic market. Are travel buyers persuaded to use them?
Aeroplane taking off
2 Jul 2018
Airlines must urgently show how buyers will benefit from NDC; right now only the downside is evident
Contrails in a blue sky
14 Jun 2018
The technology is slotting into place – but first the key players must join forces to work out NDC’s potential
Private jet
12 Jun 2018
Are corporate aircraft charters a commercial imperative or pure self-indulgence?
17 May 2018
The Labour party’s perspective on Heathrow expansion could change with the outcome of a union election
Pile of money to represent compensation
24 Apr 2018
The long-running battle between airlines and passengers over compensation for flight delays is off to the Court of Appeal
23 Mar 2018
Premium cabins are undergoing a transformation as new types of long-haul aircraft enter service
Air Canada Premium Economy
23 Mar 2018
We round up some of the major updates to premium cabins and services
2 Mar 2018
Airports in the UK’s regions could form a vital part of the government’s post-Brexit strategy