U.S. Airlines 2019: Key Developments
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Several key developments in air distribution reinforce the continuing trend toward airline retailing. These include sophisticated merchandising focused on unbundling/re-bundling of the core product; targeted upselling of products and bundles; growth in breadth and depth of ancillary sales; and increased traction with New Distribution Capability (NDC) initiatives between airlines and key partners. This report presents a high-level summary of the U.S. airline segment, focusing on the need-to-know developments, trends and stories that are impacting the market now.
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Also available in the U.S. Online Travel Overview 2019 series:
- U.S. Online Travel 2019: Overview and Market Sizing
- U.S. Hotel & Lodging 2019: Market Sizing and Landscape
- U.S. Hotel & Lodging 2019: Key Developments
- U.S. Online Travel Agencies 2019: Market Sizing and Landscape
- U.S. Online Travel Agencies 2019: Key Developments
- U.S. Car Rental 2019
- U.S. Cruise 2019
- U.S. Packaged Travel 2019
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