Lufthansa and Amadeus partnered together as the firsts to adapt Amadeus Airport Pay across its former’s network of 170 airports worldwide (Related News). We explore further use cases for this system and future development that would benefit both Amadeus, airlines, airports and travellers.
Brussels Airlines has been the official airline for the Tomorrowland Belgium music festival since 2012. For 2017, the Lufthansa Group airline deepens the five year marketing partnership by designing an original livery named “Amare”.
Enhanced Economy Meals In an earlier post (refer to this link for our coverage), we noted that British Airways (BA) is introduced enhanced economy meals for passengers travelling in its World Traveller product. Prices of the three course meals start at £15 (US$22.5) to £18 (US$27). We will examine how BA’s chief competitors are marketing […]
Tintin and His New Adventures Two Belgian giants are working together for the first time to create a very unique experience for passengers travelling on Brussels Airlines. The Star Alliance member based in Brussels, Belgium and Moulinsart have been working secretly for months on a unique new livery to celebrate the beloved character.