How Millennials Are Influencing The Airline Industry
August 28, 2019
Think of a city you'd love to visit. If you're a
millennial, you might have immediately thought of cities like Singapore, Cape Town, or Seoul. While these cities may not seem like common vacation destinations their current popularity reflects a growing trend among millennials. Travelers in their 20s and 30s are vacationing in more unlikely places than their baby boomer counterparts in an effort to create a more original and personalized vacation.
Since many millennials have stable jobs, they are much more
willing to splurge on vacations, especially if it means they can
explore different parts of the world
Patrick Quayle, Vice President for International Planning at
United Airlines, "We are millennials and we are looking to have
different travel experiences than our parents. As a result of
that, the network has to evolve and look different." Millennials
would be more likely to take advantage of programs like
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In an attempt to appeal to the millennial market, airlines are
beginning to adapt to these new travel trends by providing
flight routes to more remote cities
. For example, United Airlines has recently added
flights to cities such as Tahiti and Auckland, making these
locations much more accessible to eager travelers.
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