Spring Airlines, China's largest budget carrier, is determined to meet growing demand for affordable travel —— but not necessarily by flying solo
Air France plans to launch new airline brand Joon in September, aiming at a young working clientele, the millennials (18 to 35 year-olds), providing "innovative and offbeat" experience.
Mainland Chinese haven’t quite caught the travel bug in the way that major Chinese airlines were expecting.
While it’s interesting to note Skyscanner’s growth in hotels and car hire, commission from flight searches is still the source of most of its revenue.
Air China, China Eastern Airlines, China Southern Airlines and Hainan Airlines saw air passenger traffic rise 5%, 9.2%, 10.8% and 53.3% respectively in first half of 2017.
Cathay Pacific has recently relaunched upgrade bidding for passengers with premium economy or economy class tickets to bid on upgrades to business class seats since a trial of the service in 2014.
Spring Airlines plans to resume flights between China and South Korea as regional tensions are easing. The low-cost carrier faces challenges bolstering domestic presence in top-tier Chinese cities.
Airbus unveils Transpose which increases cabin flexibility. Passengers are willing to pay an additional 35% on top of premium economy products for a Transpose flight.
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