Tag Archives: BA

Remember Latitude? If you are here in the UK and of a certain age you must just remember Latitude.  It was the original FFP scheme that BA launched way back in the dim and distant past.  BA wasn’t overly keen … Continue reading

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All change downunder

The sand carriers impact BA and QF British Airways and Qantas have, for many years, operated a joint business operation on the kangaroo routes.  It has been, in some ways an odd arrangement as, for example, the route via Hong … Continue reading

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Payment surcharging

Payment surcharging – ancillary revenue or cost saving? In preparing for the Airline and Travel Payment Summit in Toronto on the 12/13th of October 2011, one of the themes that keeps emerging is payment surcharging.  In the UK, where I am based, … Continue reading

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British Airways and Iberia Results

Operating profit International Airline Group (IAG) the parent company of the merged British Airways and Iberia has just reported its 6 months results to the end of June 2011.  At one level the results look good.  They report an operating … Continue reading

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