JetBlue to Add First Class Service on Cross-Country Flights in 2014

JetBlue, the popular low-cost carrier with a single class will be changing next year as the New York-based airline introduces “transcontinental premium service.”¬†Translation: Roomy, lie-flat seats on some coast-to-coast flights. To see what this will look like, check out the video below. JetBlue – best airline in America? JetBlue Seeks… Read More

Passengers on Planes: iPads vs. Laptops

What do airline passengers really want? Information. How do they want it? According to a survey from FlightView, travelers want to access info electronically on a personal device. And which personal device is a tale of changing tastes and technology. Study: Do We Need to Turn Devices Off? Smartphones Supreme… Read More

Business Travel: Fewer Trips of Longer Duration

An organization called the Global Business Travel Association¬†reports¬†U.S. business travel has shown “moderate but steady growth” over the past year and may reach pre-recession levels by this summer. Business Class without Babies Business Travelers: Doing More on the Road One of the more notable findings of the report is that… Read More

Southwest Begins Nonstop Flights to Atlanta

Southwest is now flying to a new and long-anticipated destination: Atlanta. Southwest Now Flying to Atlanta The low-cost carrier hopes to take advantage of big-spending business travelers who have made Atlanta a regular destination, but leisure travelers are welcoming the move as well. The new competition is already being impacted… Read More