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Airlines Say It’s Safe To Fly, Travelers Are Skeptical — Who’s Right?

By Kelly Yamanouchi of the The Atlanta Journal-Constitution. This article is republished here with permission as part of our licensing program. We welcome your comments….

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Delta Considers Barring Flyers Who Violate Face Mask Rule

[UPDATE, June 15, 2020: Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Hawaiian Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines announced that violations of their…

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World Travel Inc. Builds Real-Time Load Factors Into New Disruption Management Platform

Airlines say they are limiting the number of passengers on flights in an effort to maintain social distancing. Anecdotally, though, plenty of flights are full….

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American Airlines To Use ATPCO, UATP For Prepaid Program Enhancements

American Airlines is building a new platform for its prepaid AirPass program and enticing potential enrollees with lower minimums. The promotion targets high-end leisure travelers…

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Most Surveyed BCD Travel Clients Expected Corporate Travel Recovery This Year

When will business travel start to rebound? It’s one of the biggest current questions in travel management circles, and answers mostly are guesswork. A recent…

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NuTravel, Delta Build Out Direct Business Travel Booking

When ARC this week announced its investment in nuTravel, the latter’s CEO referenced a new “global airline” customer. Looks like it’s Delta. “At the end…

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Posted in Culture Suppliers Sustainability

Big Companies Turn To Biofuel To Help Cut Business Travel Air Emissions

It seems each new week brings another announcement about plans for sustainable aviation fuel. Several European airlines recently gave customers opportunities to get involved. Microsoft…

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