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Airlines want customer service, dedicated social teams as priorities

09/28/2016| 11:40:03 AM| 中文

Study found that social customer service as a major priority for airlines had jumped from 32% of respondents last year to 40% in 2016.

Airline executives claim that providing a better customer service is a leading part of their social media strategy this year, although challenges remain how to do so.

This is one of the key findings from a survey of bosses and senior management across 90 airlines around the world, as part of an annual analysis by Simpliflying.

The study found that social customer service as a major priority had jumped from 32% of respondents last year to 40% in 2016.

Customer service was found to be ahead of branding (26%), ancillary revenues (15%), loyalty programmes (12%) and crisis management (6%).

Still, after years of getting to grips with how, when and why to use social media, airlines are realising that operationally a more strategic approach is needed.

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