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September 2019 Business Travel News

By Travelink on September 12, 2019

Global Load Factor Hit Record High in July

Global air passenger demand rose 3.6 percent year over year in July, according to the International Air Transport Association. In recent months, air traffic has been growing at a slower pace, and that continued in July, IATA noted. Capacity climbed 3.2 percent year over year, making July the third consecutive month in which capacity has grown slower than demand.

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August 2019 Business Travel News

By Travelink on August 6, 2019

American Consolidates Sales Functions with JV Partners & Plans to Boost Sales Staff

American Airlines is integrating several corporate sales functions across its transatlantic alliance partners. That includes expanding corporate recognition benefits and adding joint business sales support. Corporate travelers on British Airways, Finnair and Iberia now have recognition benefits, including preferred seating and re-accommodation priority during irregular operations.

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July 2019 Business Travel News

By Travelink on July 8, 2019

JetBlue Will Switch Houston Airports

In October, JetBlue will move its Houston operations from William P. Hobby Airport to George Bush Intercontinental Airport.

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June 2019 Business Travel News

By Travelink on June 17, 2019

Travelers Feel More Productive & Creative on Business Trips

Six in 10 travelers feel more creative and productive when traveling for business, according to a Jan. 29 to Feb. 9 CWT and Artemis Strategy Group survey of 2,700 travelers in the Americas, Europe and Asia/Pacific who had taken at least four business trips in the previous 12 months.

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May 2019 Business Travel News

By Travelink on May 13, 2019

Delta Will Test Free Inflight Wi-Fi

Delta Air Lines, as of May 13th, launched a two-week pilot to make free inflight Wi-Fi a brand standard. The test will run on 55 domestic flights on aircraft equipped with high-speed 2Ku Wi-Fi. It will not support content streaming but will enable passengers to check email, post on social media and browse the internet.

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