Airlines are using in-seat entertainment systems as sales tools

12/26/2011 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Major U.S. airlines are expected to generate more ancillary revenue from passengers by using in-seat entertainment systems to sell items such as food and drinks, car rentals and hotel reservations. "I think airlines are thinking about the passenger and trying to get them what they want," said GuestLogix executive Chris Gardner.

View Full Article in:

Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Published in Briefs:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Transportation

Job Title Company Location
Aerospace Engineering Technician
Federal Aviation Administration
Oklahoma City, OK
Senior Director - Corporate Real Estate
Hawaiian Airlines
Honolulu, HI
Manager of Safety Management Systems
Cape Air/Nantucket Airlines
Hyannis, MA
Director Current Schedules
American Airlines
Fort Worth, TX
Project Supervisor
Aerospace Quality Research and Development
Dallas, TX