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How Airlines Can Profit from Facebook IQ’s Loyalty Study

  • 9 min read

This month, Facebook IQ published a new loyalty study entitled ‘Love in a Time of Infinite Choice’ which reveals the strong advantage airlines have over hotels and other non-travel services and retailers to differentiate themselves, build loyalty, and reap profits.

The results show that airlines could win over more consumers if they stopped commoditising themselves, find their market, and build brand fans with quality product and services.

More Airline Food You’ll Want to Make at Home

  • 3 min read

Readers will recall that Hawaiian Airlines’ cooking show offers great quick recipes, and cooking tips from local chefs, for when you’d rather be at the beach. But if you’re dreaming of Napoli, hungry for risotto, and have always wanted to make the perfect Cannolo, the Alitalia food channel has you covered.

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Memories Are Made Of This: Alitalia Gets Branding ‘Al Dente’ With New Campaign

  • 5 min read

Alitalia has revealed its new “Made Of Italy” campaign, a sensory journey through all the richness of Italy delivered exclusively by the airline.

The television spot premiered at the Nazionale Spazio Eventi in Rome, where Alitalia also held a special runway show revealing its new crew uniform collection, and a press conference reporting on its progress.

The emotive commercial is an inspiring tour of everything Italy can offer visitors, and also reflects the flagship airline’s renewed vitality and optimism for the future.

EXCLUSIVE Alitalia New Uniforms Runway Show Rome

Made Of Italy: Alitalia Struts Eleganza With New Crew Uniforms in Rome

  • 4 min read

I was privileged to be invited by Alitalia to witness the launch of the airline’s new Made Of Italy campaign, and the reveal of a new collection of uniforms for cabin crew and ground crew, designed exclusively for Alitalia by Milan-based Italian haute couturier Ettore Bilotta.

Alitalia did not let the runway down on its big day in Rome. The airline displayed energy, creativity, passion, and, frankly, quite bit of well-deserved pride in its roots.

So. Many. Outfits!

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easyJet Reboots Wearables Made For Walking

  • 2 min read

Smart Low-Cost carrier easyJet has been investing in high-tech branding, with a focus on wearable technology including LED staff uniforms and a proposal for a new sustainable aircraft.

The airline’s latest Sneakairs Barcelona Street project has a unique and refreshing lifestyle branding twist; creating a product that is both far out and immediately useful.

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