Travelers often complain the airline industry rarely innovates on products, with most airlines trotting out the same experience, with a few tweaks, year-after-year.
Leaders from around the world gathered at the 50th World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos, Switzerland this past week to discuss key global issues including the economy, security and sustainability.
Travelers scheduled to fly to China in the coming weeks will be able to change their flights without fees thanks to several airlines in the United States issuing travel advisories. Continue reading Airlines Issue Travel Advisories for Coronavirus Outbreak
Over the last couple of years the environmental impact of air travel has started to gain a wider audience with the phenomenon of flight shaming gaining plenty of attention, particularly in northern Europe.
Airlines, airports, hotels and travel advisors are taking steps toward travel options that are friendlier to the environment and lessen their carbon footprint.
Delta and Joint Cooperation Agreement partner Aeromexico are focused on providing their customers with a consistent experience when traveling between the two airlines. Continue reading Delta, Aeromexico working together to create a seamless travel experience
Despite the growing number of people with disabilities in the United States, it’s still a challenge to find clear information about accessibility while traveling. This may make traveling so difficult for employees with disabilities that many choose to do it as little as possible. Continue reading Business Travelers With Disabilities Face a Pervasive Lack of Accessibility
The conversation around business traveler satisfaction is growing. American Airlines’ refreshed corporate benefits show that the airline is listening. Continue reading American Airlines Revamps Its Corporate Recognition Benefits