Bringing you what’s new in travel for January 2nd 2012 through January 3rd 2012:
- Six Airfare Sales That Started Today || Jaunted –
- BREAKING: Boeing Completed Delivery Paperwork on Third 787 Dreamliner to ANA in 2011 | Airline Reporter | Blogging on the airline business –
– David Parker BrownBoeing 787 Dreamliner JA805A landing at Paine Field on December 23rd.
I am just getting word directly from All Nippon Airways (ANA) that they did complete the paperwork on the 30th of December for the delivery of their third 787 Dreamliner. Although ANA will not take possession of the aircraft until January 4th, the airline considers […]
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- #TTOT Topic for… | Facebook –
Facebook is a social utility that connects people with friends and others who work, study and live around them. People use Facebook to keep up with friends, upload an unlimited number of photos, post links and videos, and learn more about the people they meet.
- In-flight Wi-Fi: The continued unpopularity of in-flight Wi-Fi | The Economist –
GOGO, which provides in-flight Wi-Fi to many American airlines, recently filed for an initial public offering.
- Welcome to Airplanista! – Aviation Blogs and posts by Dan Pimentel and other guest writers – presenting aviation news as aviation blogs for pilots about flying, aviation and the airlines. –
– Dan PimentelBy Dan Pimentel Airplanista Blog Editor It is quite easy during the first few minutes of a commercial airline flight to all but ignore the Flight Attendants (FAs) asking you – nicely – to take your seat and stow your stuff. We spend the next few moments avoiding the safety briefing, cocky as we are, thinking we already know how to fasten a seat belt, what more do they need to tell us anyway? Oh yeah, the exits, yada yada, flotation devices blah blah. But try as we do to ignore FAs, funny how … show all text
- Five airlines (and an airport) that surprised passengers this Christmas with Wow campaigns | Leaders in airline & airport customer engagement :: SimpliFlying –
– Shashank NigamRemember how KLM surprised passengers last holiday season? And how Spanair had presents coming out of the conveyer belt on Christmas eve last year? Such initiatives are now known in the airline world as “Wow campaigns”.
Marketing managers all over the world are trying to do at least one or two of these to raise their airlines’ profiles these days. And lots of them took place over the Christmas weekend. Here’s our compilation of six heartwarming Wow campaigns.
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