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Wednesday, January 27, 2010

  Korean Air receives three accolades from Business Traveler magazine

Korean air was named the best provider of business class flights to Asia for the fourth consecutive year as well as the finest airline in Asia for the third time.Readers of the magazine also voted Korean Air's newest advertising campaign the most excellent in the corporate travel sector.

Spokesman John Jackson conveyed that the airline is dedicated to providing travelers the best in-flight entertainment, the best comfortable seats available and outstandingly attentive service.Additionally he added that Korean Air offers one of the finest products in the air with routes into Asia that outshine other airlines and again.

Korean Air's business class service consists of lie-flat sleeper seats with a 74-inch pitch, providing levels of comfort usually set aside for first class on other carriers.Despite the recent economic crisis, the airline has invested a huge amount in improving its fleet and attracting more people in the business travel segment.

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Friday, January 22, 2010

  Etihad Airways chosen as the Best Long-Haul Airline At The Business Travel Awards 2010

Business Travel Awards 2010Etihad Airways, the national airline of the United Arab Emirates, has been selected as the Best Long-Haul Airline at this year's Business Travel Awards. The award recognizes the development of the airline during the precedent 12 months, as well as its constant investment in world-class products and quality in customer service standards.

The event was held at a glittering ceremony in Grosvenor House Hotel in London on Jan 18th night.The judges included senior buyers and chief business travel journalists.

Etihad Airways was rewarded for its remarkable growth during 2009 by recognizing the inclusion of eight novel routes to the Etihad network, as well as the launch of the airline's latest first class product and the airline's Inspired Service strategy-a concept constructed on Etihad's vision to be the best airline in the world.

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Peter Baumgartner, Etihad Airways' chief commercial officer stated that it has been an additional strong year for Etihad, and the award win depicts that the continued investment in product and service is the right focus for Etihad and for our customers.

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Monday, January 18, 2010

  Business travel assessment offers new optimism for decade's start

Based on a new survey, more than a quarter of business travel buyers conveyed they had additional money to spend in 2010 and more than a third will book extra trips. Some 1400 business travel managers lately surveyed by the Business Travel and Meetings Show discovered a hopeful outlook for the beginning of the new decade, with 76% of those polled stating they thought the recession would finish by the end of the year.

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Statistics showed 27% of budgets will be increased for 2010 and 35% of buyers will arrange extra trips. Four in ten buyers will handle the same amount of trips in 2010 and only a quarter will formulate fewer bookings. However an enormous 81% said they had little choice but to implement stricter pricing policies, with 44% confirming they will book lower class airline tickets and 22% lesser quality accommodation. Meanwhile 46% plan to increase their use of video conferencing.

Business Travel & Meetings Show events director David Chapple stated that the business travel industry has gone through a very rough ride over the last 18 months, so these survey results are a much desired sparkle of optimism as the whole world enters a new decade.

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Wednesday, January 13, 2010

  United Airlines offers additional benefits for Colorado travelers

United Airlines Business ClassUnited Airlines lately launched its Fly One, Get One Free offer for Colorado travelers, encouraging residents of the Centennial State to experience the airline's international network and first class luxury. This brilliant promotion offers,at no cost,international or domestic roundtrip ticket and two North American upgrades when a qualifying international or domestic flight is purchased by Feb. 14.

Clients who purchase a qualifying ticket for travel within North America , including the continental U.S., Hawaii, Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean will obtain a free ticket to any United destination in North America. Customers who buy a qualifying ticket for trans-Atlantic, trans-Pacific, Brazil or Argentina travel will be given a free ticket to any destination served by United around the world. Customers who book a roundtrip ticket by Feb. 14 for travel to be finished by March 5, with itineraries originating and finishing in Denver or any of the other Colorado cities with United service can qualify. The promotion is applicable to published United Economy fares in booking classes Y, B, M, E, U, H and Q. However, other limitations apply. Registration is essential.

Jeff Foland, United's senior vice president of global sales and marketing stated that United Airlines is happy that for nearly two decades they have been offering Coloradans, additional nonstop flights to more cities than any other airline. With numerous flights to business and leisure centers around the world, and with first and business class upgrades available to customers, United offers travelers all through the region matchless service, options, flexibility and convenience.


Monday, January 11, 2010

  Delta-Japan Airlines Coalition Faces Opposition

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The Business Travel Coalition, a group on behalf of business travelers is conflicting the planned tie up between Delta Air Lines and ailing Japan Airlines as unpleasant for competition.

Kevin Mitchell, chairman of the Business Travel Coalition, based in Brussels, stated that the projected SkyTeam alliance would probably create a monopoly, totaling 62 percent market share on routes connecting Japan and the U.S, up from a third.

The group representing 300 global corporations suggests that Japan Airlines Corp. should remain in its alliance called oneworld with American Airlines. Kevin Mitchell also uttered doubts a Delta-JAL tie-up might clear U.S. antitrust regulations.

Kevin Mitchell said his group has sent a letter to Seiji Maehara, Japan's transport minister, conveying such views, and also made a copy available to the media.In the letter, the group stressed the significance of Japan-U.S. air routes, with 6.3 million travelers a year, and warned a Delta-JAL tie-up would be too dominant.

The letter conveyed that JAL lingering in the oneworld alliance with American Airlines is evidently best for competition and consumer choice.

Delta has expressed assurance that in case it forms a union with Japan Airlines the tie-up will get consent from regulators. American has constantly challenged that claim .

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Friday, January 8, 2010

  United Airlines will relinquish flight-change fees ahead of storm heading for Midwest

United AirlinesUnited Airlines has conveyed that it will not insist on flight-change fees for customers who wish to alter travel plans later this week in the Midwest and Southeast, which are bracing for winter storms.United Airlines stated that it would waive change fees for travelers booked to travel from, to or via some Midwest airports on Thursday and Friday or through some Southeast locations on Thursday.

The airline said customers should check the status of their flights ahead of going to the airport to find out if it has been canceled. Customers on canceled flights are entitled for a full refund. Alterations to a customer's itinerary have to be made by midnight of the initial travel date, and rescheduled travel might cost extra for the itinerary or other terms of the booking change.

The Midwest fee waivers are applicable to travel to, from and through Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska, South Dakota and Wisconsin.

The Southeast waivers are applicable to journey in Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Mississippi and Tennessee.The offer is valid in all United, United Express and United code-share flights.

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Monday, January 4, 2010

  Singapore Airlines to recommence all-business flights to New York on a daily business

Singapore AirlinesSingapore Airlines resumes daily all business class flights to New York on January 18 as demand for the service begins to pick up.

Singapore Airlines in February reduced the frequency of the 100 seat Airbus A345 trips to five times a week, as fewer people sought premium travel as a result of the global economic slowdown.

A spokeswoman for the airline, that is reputed in the industry for its business and first class services to North America and Europe conveyed that there is increased demand, and that's why the flights are escalating.

Regional aviation analyst Jim Wong of Nomura Securities in Hong Kong stated that SIA's recent progress reflected a better trend as Asian economies lead the rest of the world in recuperating from the crisis.

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