Ai Video: Counting on subscription service for loyalty

 

20th November, 2019

Various companies in the travel sector, including airlines, are looking at a subscription-based offering.

Be it for the idea to the development process to managing a subscription product, its technical complexity and above all, the passenger experience, airlines are working on every aspect to excel in this arena. It is heartening to hear that airlines, too, intend to let passenger finalise their own subscription service in the future.

A critical aspect is to not only interact and recommend products for a personalized experience, but consider the delivery of unexpected and unadvertised rewards to look at loyalty in a new way. Experienced loyalty executive Dave Canty shared his viewpoint about the same.

Ai’s new 2020 conference dates: http://www.airlineinformation.org/upcoming-events2/370-2020-conference-dates.html

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