Pilots and cabin crew always come across as a fairly social bunch when you see them at hotels
The businessman in 6A is not heeding the flight attendant’s imploration: that iPad is most definitely not switched off. And neither is that smartphone in 14B: according to a recent study, 30 percent of air travelers left their devices on during prohibited times.
For the first time, more US fliers say they typically use airline websites to book airplane tickets than they use OTAs, says a new study from travel consultancy PhoCusWright.
Flight information service FlightView has compiled the results of its latest survey, showing that lack of functionality and inferior interfaces are the main barriers to wider adoption of mobile booking.
New website Farely lets users calculate the cost to an airline of flying a passenger between two airports.
The airlines’ main lobbying organization does a point-by-point rebuttal of a draft letter to Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood asking the Secretary to reject IATA‚Äôs application covering the New Distribution Capability.
The latest foray into voice-tech comes from CheapAir.com. The voice activation feature is integrated with the company’s latest iPhone and iPad release, allowing customers to use voice to search for flights amidst the 25 million aggregated fares.
What do you get when you combine an airplane graveyard with 40 freestyle runners and parcour-partakers? Perhaps the best travel video ever to be unaffiliated with anyone in the travel industry…
The Gray Lady officially announced its deep skepticism about the New Distribution Capability (NDC), the airlines’ proposal for revised standards for how airlines provide airfare content to end users. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) responds.