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Making Sense of Airline Pricing

I travelled to Toronto via London ten days ago, flying business class on British Airways. Fortunately, I wasn’t paying, and neither was my company. The client, unusually, was willing to pick up the bill. 489 more words

National Carriers – A Species Very Close to Extinction – and Yes, We Are All Responsible!

Many of us were perhaps closely following the media frenzy that took place when Cecil the lion was killed by a trophy hunter. 891 more words


Wow Air and the thin line of airline profitability

What is Wow Air?

Wow Air is an ultra-low-cost carrier based out of Reykjavik in Iceland.

I am sure most of you have heard the recent news that Wow Air will be offering flights from U.S./Canada to Iceland for $99. 799 more words



As a previous Revenue Manager, I could never be quite sure if Booking.com was the enemy or the friend.  With the volumes of business and occupancy they would bring in, fighting against the reduced revenue, Average Daily Rates, and Cancellation Rates. 981 more words


MOOCs for hospitality managers from some esteemed business schools

There are plenty of MOOCs (massive open online courses) around if you’d like to study topics like history or software, but there is a definite absence of quality MOOCs covering the niche area of hospitality management. 218 more words


No Room in Vienna

It’s hard to find a hotel room in Vienna these days, at least at an affordable price. When I paged through Trivago‘s meagre and unaffordable offerings two weeks ago (a rip-off rate of 300 EUR for an airport Novotel, for example), I wondered what on earth could be going on in the city, especially on a Friday night. 461 more words