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Imagine a Bond villain stroking a soft white cat. Listen to the maniacal laughter. Something like, “Mmmguaaaahaahaahaaa.”
That’s me after the reveal of American Airlines’ new and dazzling Premium Economy product which will launch on the airline’s Dreamliner 787 aircraft in 2016, and will be introduced into other aircraft in the fleet at a later date.
Who said there’s no room for a true quality Premium Economy in the U.S. Market? Certainly not American Airlines.
Michael Sasso does a great write up of the details, which I’ve included in the link, and I’m in Geneva currently working on IATA news, so I’ll keep this brief.
THIS IS PREMIUM ECONOMY WORTHY OF THE LABEL
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There is an urgent need in the industry for airlines to reconsider their cabin strategy, beyond antiquated class divides and to offer a truly differentiated product, tailored to the needs of modern passengers, according to their traveler profile and preferred in-flight activities.
This special-insights report covers the why, how, when, and for whom of one facet of this differentiation: the true Premium Economy product.
It will take about 15 minutes of your life to read it, but I tried to make it well worth your time.
I just love the classic black and white animations of this latest video from American Airlines. Aimed to help customers better understand the full benefits of its AAdvantage Program, it is elegant in its simplicity, smart, and whimsical.
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