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2018 Airline Growth Summit Award Winners Announced InteliSys Aviation is proud to announce the winners of the 2018 Airline Growth Summit Banquet Awards Ceremony, held on Tuesday, October 23, 2018. These remarkable airlines were recognized for outstanding achievements across four categories: Most Innovative Marketing Campaign, Best Passenger Story, Humanitarian Excellence, and the Jock English Memorial...

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The airline industry’s dalliance with reintroducing nostalgia brands has been largely a bust so far. Storied airline names from the past like Braniff, Eastern, Pan Am, National, and People Express have been welcomed back with copious amounts of hype, only to expire quickly. In the US, the relaunched Frontier Airlines brand name has been one...

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The Airline will become the first long haul low cost carrier based in the US, operating Boeing 787s on routes to Asia and Latin America MIAMI, Nov. 8, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — 777 Partners, a US based investment firm, announced today that it has acquired the intellectual property of World Airways, Inc., the iconic US airline known for...

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Investment expands 777’s presence in the aviation sector, while enabling Air Black Box to broaden its travel connection capabilities for global airlines, airports and other travel brands MIAMI, FL – March 11, 2019 – Air Black Box—the first global travel technology company founded to solve the complexities of cross-selling products and services within the aviation...

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Investor 777 Partners has bought tech company Air Black Box, while online agency Kiwi has taken a stake in reservation system AeroCRS. These deals hint at a growing interest among airlines to use tech to build marketing alliances that differ from traditional codeshares. The true winner may be smaller airports, which stand to gain traffic....