17 March 2015
Chris Lynch, head of global aviation at PA, is quoted in an article on aviation business travel in a special report in The Times. The article discusses the expanding options available to business travellers with low cost carriers now targetting the business customers.
Chris explains that business travel is no longer how it was five years ago with business class as standard on one of the main airlines. He says: “Business travel is no longer the domain of an exclusive elite.”
Chris goes on to say that business passengers pay more and therefore provide better yields for airlines: “That’s why airlines, including low-cost carriers, are fighting over them. When low-cost carriers first launched, they were very much aimed at volume, but now they are looking to increase margins.”
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