Why Airlines Are Raising Baggage Fees — and Charging You More at the Airport
United, American, JetBlue and other carriers charge passengers more to check bags at the airport than to purchase the service online in advance. Airlines have been raising baggage fees this year to cover higher costs. Executives say travelers who purchase checked bags ahead of time can free up congestion at the airport.
Dialogue with Food CEO Zhao Xiao: Digitalization will reshape the group meal industry, and companies must make timely adjustments | 100 science and innovation people
Article | Sina Technology Zhou Wenmeng Issue: No. 34 Guest: Zhao Xiao, Co-Founder and CEO of American Food “In the digital economy era, enterprises have no choice but to evolve.” This is the answer given in the book “Digitalization of Enterprises” when talking about the topic of digitalization and enterprise growth. In addition, the book also describes two types of future enterprises. One is a digital native enterprise, an enterprise that operates and develops according to digital and intelligent methods from the beginning; the second type is an enterprise that has been reborn through digital transformation. However, in the age of full digitalization, compared to retail and financial industries, restaurants
Time to Hit Buy on These 2 Airlines Stocks, Says Deutsche Bank
Express News | Southwest Airlines, Transport Workers Union Local 555 Reach Tentative Agreement For New Labor Contract; No Terms Disclosed
SOUTHWEST AIRLINES ANNOUNCES TENTATIVE AGREEMENT WITH TWU 555
DALLAS, Feb. 22, 2024 /PRNewswire/ -- Southwest Airlines Co. (NYSE: LUV) and the Transport Workers Union Local 555 (TWU 555) today reached a Tentative Agreement for a new labor contract. TWU 555 repre
Chinese Tourists Are Fueling a Recovery in Asia-Pacific's Travel Industry — Flight Bookings Set to Climb to Pre-pandemic Levels
Travel demand in Asia-Pacific is "just a little bit shy" of returning to pre-pandemic levels, and that goal is expected to be hit this year, said Willie Walsh, director general of the International Air Transport Association. Travel demand was at about 83% of 2019 levels last year in December, a significant rise from just 57% in January, data from the IATA showed. Experts believe that outbound travel from Chinese tourists will be fueling this demand as tourists from the mainland increasingly visit Southeast Asian nations.