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How Cheap Airlines Survive

February 12, 2014

Low-fare airlines or LFAs are the fastest growing segment of air travel. Also called LCCs or low-cost companies, LFAs currently make up 35% of flights scheduled for intra-EU point-to-point destinations. With the U.S. leading the cheap flying revolution on the 1970s and Europe following suit in the 1990s, many companies have joined in. How do […]

How Airlines Allocate Resources to Social Media

How Airlines Allocate Resources to Social Media

September 4, 2013

Today’s infographic is pretty specific in that it only looks at how various airlines are allocating sometimes-limited resources to social media. But there are a few key takeaways for anybody looking to play a bigger role in this space, a larger lesson to be learned. Created by SimpliFlying, the infographic shows, quite clearly, that the […]

Air Travel: The Baggage Fee Revenue Timeline

Air Travel: The Baggage Fee Revenue Timeline

September 13, 2012

This infographic shows how the convention of baggage fees has changed over the past two decades, an how airlines are making more and more each year on these seemingly excessive fees. Source