New York, NY, June 22, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- WikiTrend.org, the leading trends spotting website, is reporting a variety of new ideas to re-energize air travel.
“Airlines are struggling right now,” says a WikiTrend.org spokesperson. “To increase their profit margins, airlines are working to cater to frequent and high-end travelers to generate more business.”
Airlines are offering new and varied seating options to attract frequent business travelers. That includes a more affordable business class section for professionals who want to skip coach class, but cannot afford business class prices. Delta has rolled out an “Innovation Class,” which allows travelers to be connected with business leaders. The plan is in partnership with a social media site.
In-air amenities are also becoming more varied and attractive for high-end passengers. Airlines are offering services like in-flight nannies to keep children occupied. Offerings, such as craft beer and hookah, are being offered to help passengers relax and enjoy their flights. These new services are focused more toward high-end passengers, a reward for those who are willing to pay a higher premium for a better flight.
“These in-flight amenities are just a few examples of how airlines are trying to attract certain types of travelers,” says the WikiTrend.org spokesperson. “Airlines are banking on providing new and unique experiences for travelers who are willing to pay for them, while also creating differentiation between brands. It’s a bit of a desperate race, but it is also a necessary one.”
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