The number of air passengers will increase greatly in the next few years and create undue demand on airports. Are the airlines/airports all over the world ready for THIS new target market segment?
China is expected to become the largest aviation market by 2022 according to IATA. The Chinese, Indian and Indonesian markets combined will contribute to a 1.5 billion increase in the number of passengers by 2036. The business focus will undoubtedly shift towards this vast Asian market as a result of its rapid pace of growth.
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What Do Passengers REALLY Want?
Millennials love travelling and now it is more accessible than in the past years. According to IATA reports, it is forecasted that the number of air passengers will double over the next 20 years, creating undue demands on airports. Airports and their suppliers must be quick on their delivery towards increasing Personalized Customer Experience. Airports are continuously more overcrowded hence the need for a haven of peace and tranquillity.
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Airports are getting crowded, your Instagram feed is getting boring, you need to escape it. As a traveller, you want a place of quiet and retreat, but you also wish for something more personal and special.
What if you tried a new airport lounge and all of the spectacular services they offer?
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Discussion around General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) started years ago and effective May 25, 2018, is when enforcement starts. With less than two months to go, many firms are not aware of the rules and severe penalties associated with non-compliance. Simply stated, any organization collecting, and processing data of EU citizens must be fully compliant. Irrespective whether you operate within or out of the EU.
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Enter the VIP lounge as the oasis in an overcrowded airport – this is what the airport lounges will make you feel. With the increasing number of global travellers for leisure and business, airports are becoming an increasingly stressful place where the journey beings. Airlines are looking for a way to relieve the stress generated by the crowded airports, security screening and long queues for their valuable passengers.
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Aviation blogger, Riaan Jacob George wrote: “From offering champagne bars and spas to concierge services and VIP sections, airport lounges are no longer mofussil spaces where weary passengers rest for a few hours, but instead, are glitzy entertainment centres that reinforce an airline’s brand identity.”
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