Bain utilizza i cookie per migliorare la funzionalità e le prestazioni di questo sito. Ulteriori informazioni in merito si trovano nella nostra Informativa sulla Privacy. Continuando a navigare su questo sito, acconsenti all'uso dei cookie.

The Economist

First-class air travel is in decline

First-class air travel is in decline

The industry has disrupted itself says Geoffrey Weston, a partner with Bain & Company.

  • marzo 09, 2019
  • Tempo di lettura min.

The Economist

First-class air travel is in decline

Airlines are extremely worried about the decline in demand for first class tickets. But they only have themselves to blame.

The industry has disrupted itself, says Geoffrey Weston, a partner with Bain & Company. On short-haul flights, a lower-cost model has won. Most passengers on these routes who would typically have purchased first-class tickets are now sitting in seats with similar legroom to economy, only with an empty middle seat. They instead make do with extras such as lounge access, food and drink to keep costs down.

 

Vedi di più su The Economist