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Why the Airlines are Bankrupt

June 16, 2014

You just spent $500 on holiday airfare, including baggage fees, change fees, and a fuel surcharge – yet all you got to eat on the flight was a tiny bag of peanuts. So how is it possible that America’s largest airlines are losing money? American Airlines filed for bankruptcy in November, joining the 20 other […]

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Navigating the Airport Tomorrow

June 1, 2014

Amadeus is the leader in travel technology. This infographic shows different tools created by Amadeus that will help a traveller before check in, during their flight and upon landing. Source

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Technology and the airport of tomorrow

May 1, 2014

We wanted to share with you this infographic that was developed in line with our recent “Navigating the Airport of Tomorrow” white paper, which was in turn compiled in association with travel industry analyst Norm Rose of Travel Tech Consulting. Source

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Empire State Building: The World’s Most Famous Office Building

March 17, 2014

Did you know that the Empire State Building was built at a rate of 4 1/2 stories a week and weighs 365,000 tons? Find out more about this amazing building in this graphic all about the Empire State Building. Source

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Buried Treasure – One Third of Loyalty Points Expire

March 16, 2014

Their researched set the perceived value of loyalty points earned in 2010 at $48 billion. That’s a staggering number that is in fact increasing across Travel/Hospitality, Finance and Retail categories. Source

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Airborne Internet Usage

March 13, 2014

How travelers surf the web. Source

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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 […]

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Techie Traveler

January 13, 2014

With spring break season in full swing, we’ve noticed a flood of vacation pictures on our Facebook news feeds. While these exotic destination photos got us thinking about our next vacation, it also made us wonder how social media is changing the way people travel. Source

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Airlines Allocate Resources to Social Media

January 3, 2014

This infographic breaks out some interesting numbers on how successful airlines are in social media by virtue of how they manage their social accounts by either dedicated employees or an integrated team approach. Source

Rome Vacations Off the Beaten Path

September 24, 2013

Worldwide Accom tips off the best places to go in Rome that are off the beaten path. Worldwide Accom

The Return of The Vacation

The Return of The Vacation

September 15, 2013

This infographic, based on spending data from Mint.com, looks at how much people spent on travel in the first two months of 2010 vs the same period in 2009. The verdict: travel spending, back then on the increase, is an early indicator of a rebounding economy. Source

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 […]