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INFORMATIONAL Feb 22, 2024 Russian Entrepreneur Transforms Retired Boeing 737 Into Luxury Villa A Russian entrepreneur, Felix Demin, transformed a retired Boeing 737 into a luxury villa with two bedrooms, a terrace, and an infinity pool on the Nyang Nyang Cliff in Bali, Indonesia. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Feb 21, 2024 Malaysian Tourists Are Suddenly Flocking to This Welsh City. Here's Why The expansion of airline and tourism sponsors in professional football clubs has grown in recent years. Cardiff City FC, a Welsh-based club playing in the second division of English football, has the Malaysian Tourism Board as a shirt sponsor. Malaysia aims to expand its UK presence beyond Malaysia Airlines offering nonstop flights between Kuala Lumpur (KUL) and London-Heathrow (LHR). Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Feb 20, 2024 What Can JetBlue Expect After Activist Investor Carl Icahn Acquired a 10% Stake in the Airline? Activist investor Carl Icahn has taken a 10% interest in JetBlue by purchasing 33.6 million shares of its stock in January and February. His investment has caused a more than 18% rise in the prices of JetBlue stock, a phenomenon known as the Icahn Rise. There are several possible reasons for Icahn taking a stake in JetBlue, ranging from a simple profit-taking opportunity to long-term airline control. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Feb 15, 2024 A Deeper Look at ITA Airways' Airbus Fleet and New Ownership In October 2021, ITA Airways became Italy's new flag carrier after Alitalia sold its entire operation to the airline. ITA has introduced new ownership and a new fleet of Airbus aircraft over the past two years. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Feb 14, 2024 Analyzing United Airlines' Super Bowl Commercials About Change Fees and Dreaming Big Super Bowl LVIII was the U.S.' most-watched TV program ever, receiving 123.4 million viewers across all platforms. Companies and their brands spent approximately $7 million for a thirty-second chance to reach that audience through advertising. United Airlines decided to do something different from other companies: it directed its message to the fans of the 30 teams that did not make it to the Super Bowl. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Feb 09, 2024 A Deeper Look at Turkish Airlines' Sponsorship of European Basketball and the NBA Turkish Airlines has actively sponsored many sports leagues, including basketball. Since 2010, the company held a prominent figure in this category. Turkish Airlines' sponsorship of the Euroleague and partnership with Kobe Bryant highlight the airline's commitment to leveraging sports marketing for positive recognition on a global scale. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Feb 08, 2024 How Passengers Can Fly From Tokyo to Las Vegas for the Super Bowl A passenger has fallen in love with a star athlete whose team is about to play for the league championship in Las Vegas, Nevada. The only problem is they are in Tokyo, Japan, playing a series of sold-out concerts, the last of which wraps up just short of midnight the evening before the big game. They want to be there because they love the player, and he loves the game. However, traveling to Las Vegas can be a challenge due to the long distance and short timeframe. There are multiple ways to complete this difficult task. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Feb 07, 2024 How International Passengers Can Visit Indonesia’s Top Destinations, Including Bali Indonesia is a popular travel destination worldwide, appearing near the top of many people's travel bucket lists. The country remains popular despite not having direct flights to North America or Europe, outside of Amsterdam and Istanbul. As tourism in Indonesia has boomed by nearly 65 percent post-pandemic, passengers, especially those from Europe and North America, are interested in visiting Bali and other Indonesian destinations. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Feb 03, 2024 Which Airports Offer Nonstop Flights to All Six Inhabited Continents? Air travel has enhanced global connectivity over the past several decades. Journeys that would have once taken weeks or months to complete now only take hours. Not even a decade ago, very few airports offered nonstop flights to all six inhabited continents. Today, that number has increased thanks to advancements in aircraft technology. Read More →
INFORMATIONAL Feb 02, 2024 Why South Africa's Aviation Industry is Collapsing Amid Flag Carrier Bankruptcy and Economic Issues South Africa's aviation industry, once a symbol of the country's economic prowess, currently navigates turbulent skies. The collapse of South African Airways (SAA), the national carrier, and broader economic strains have created a perfect storm, threatening the industry's survival. Read More →