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This report assesses how frequent flyer programs have become very revenue aware in the distribution of miles, points, and rewards to their members. IdeaWorksCompany researched the accrual and reward methods of the world’s largest 25 airlines and their frequent flyer programs. The list has airlines from all over the globe, including alliance members, non-aligned airlines, and low cost carriers.

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The 8th annual Reward Seat Availability Survey ─ now sponsored by CarTrawler ─ also finds
Alaska Airlines has best reward payback among major North American carriers. The steady improvement in airline reward seat availability since 2010 ended with the results from this year’s CarTrawler Reward Seat Availability Survey. Last year 76.6% of reward queries provided access to a saver-style reward seat; this dropped to 72.4% for 2017. The story for US-based consumers is generally positive, while frequent flyer members elsewhere in the world are seeing moderate to significant declines in reward seat availability.
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How can we pick one if there is over 300 of them. You could also do a short book about the book


IdeaWorksCompany, the foremost consultancy on airline ancillary revenues, and CarTrawler, the leading provider of online car rental distribution systems, project airline ancillary revenue will reach $67.4 billion worldwide in 2016. The CarTrawler Worldwide Estimate of Ancillary Revenue represents a nearly 200% increase from the 2010 figure of $22.6 billion, which was the first year for the ancillary revenue estimate. The CarTrawler Worldwide Estimate of Ancillary Revenue marks the seventh year IdeaWorksCompany has prepared a projection of ancillary revenue activity.


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The 2017 merchandising report, released today by IdeaWorks and CarTrawler, describes how innovation in other industries, and within the travel business, can help airlines delight travelers and boost profits. The following are six examples from the report: Allegiant’s new Florida condo resort, Worldwide connections by easyJet, Delta’s baggage tracking app, Tui’s (Netherlands) mobile solution for buy on board, Jeju Air’s sleeping seat package, and the Clube Smiles subscription program by GOL.

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The CarTrawler global estimate forecasts 22% increase above 2016, with $57 billion of the total composed of a la carte fee activity. IdeaWorksCompany, the foremost consultancy on airline ancillary revenues, and CarTrawler, the leading provider of online car rental distribution systems, project airline ancillary revenue will reach $82.2 billion worldwide in 2017. The CarTrawler Worldwide Estimate of Ancillary Revenue represents a 264% increase from the 2010 figure of $22.6 billion, which was the first annual ancillary revenue estimate.

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The CarTrawler Global Statistics of a la Carte Revenue provides regional details, comparisons to 2010 revenue numbers, and a first-ever baggage revenue estimate. A la carte activity is a significant component of ancillary revenue and consists of the amenities consumers can add to their air travel experience. These include fees paid for checked baggage, assigned seats, buy-on-board meals, early boarding, and onboard entertainment. Of these, the revenue from checked baggage looms large with $23.6 billion in estimated sales for 2017.

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IdeaWorksCompany finds Air France, Emirates, Indigo, and Ryanair provide great mobile retailing examples. The latest report from IdeaWorksCompany applies the rise of the mobile age to the ancillary revenue revolution. IdeaWorksCompany researched the in-path booking capabilities of the mobile applications offered by the world’s largest 25 airlines. It’s a varied list which includes traditional global network airlines and eight low cost carriers. This 15-page report is the first installment of the 2017 Thought Leadership Series on Revenue and Loyalty and is sponsored by CarTrawler.