Masks in Commercials? It’s an Open Question, Says Southwest’s CMO
The airline is investing in advertising despite losing millions.
American, Southwest, Alaska and United All Saw Revenue Drop Over 80% in Q2
The airline industry is forecast to get a whole lot smaller once payroll protections expire.
United Faces the Most Difficult Financial Quarter in Its Nearly 100-Year History
The airline lost $1.6 billion in Q2.
Delta Lost Nearly $5.7 Billion in Q2 and Is Set to Reduce Flights Further
Grim but expected earnings show the full force of the pandemic.
Airlines ‘Doing the Math’ on How to Accommodate More Travelers
Rising demand creates new problems for hard-hit airlines.
Why Companies Want Clorox as Much as Consumers Do (If Not More)
Working with Clorox has become a deeply coveted corporate partnership during the pandemic for what it says about safety and security.
Fear of Germy Planes Becomes a Boon for iFly’s New Travel-Size Antiseptic Kits
Are the stories of scuzzy planes really true? Mostly, yes.
The Pandemic Is Ongoing, but Brands Are Encouraging Travel Again
From Alaska Airlines to Las Vegas casinos, deals and discounts abound.
United Airlines Teams Up With Clorox for CleanPlus Cleanliness Initiative
Carrier gains a major partner in ensuring passenger safety in the sky.
Delta Sees Small Uptick in Bookings, a Glimmer of Hope for Travel Industry
The airline's CFO cautioned against calling it a recovery.
Democratic Senators Introduce Bill Requiring Airlines to Refund Canceled Travel
The legislation calls for 'full cash' reimbursements of any canceled tickets during or due to the pandemic.
Some Airlines Are Giving Up the Middle Seat. Not Frontier
Budget airline has another solution if a passenger wants an empty seat next to them.
JetBlue Is the First Airline to Require Passengers to Wear a Mask
"This is the new flying etiquette."
It Could Take 3 Years for Delta to Reach ‘Sustainable Recovery’
Over 37,000 employees have elected to take voluntary unpaid leave.