KLM's Africa and China Clubs, launched in 2007 and 2006 respectively, provide an interesting case study of 'marketing with meaning.'
After the Netherlands barely beats Mexico in the World Cup, KLM, its national airline, emits an ill-considered tweet, complete with graphic of a man in a sombrero.
It was a good day for Airbus publicity as its energy-efficient passenger A350 jet flew over the high-profile air show and the French president hitched a ride in an A400M airlifter.
Attendees of the premier aerospace event probably will see the new energy-efficient jet on Friday. Also, its French manufacturer announces $69 billion worth of deals.
Two European airlines announce that they will add recycled cooking oil to their fuel mix. Do passengers want to know about that?
Search engine lets consumers search for cheapest available carbon-friendly flight options, but for some flights that's a big price jump.
Some companies giving cell phone allowances.
The last time the Federal Aviation Administration grounded an airplane, the situation was much, much worse.
Six airlines will let iPods play on in-flight entertainment systems
United Airlines becomes the first domestic carrier to implement a partnership with Apple that brings iPod and iPhone connectivity to select planes' in-flight entertainment systems.