Top 10 Valentine’s Day 2013 Initiatives by Airlines

Valentine’s Day is one of those days that can be a double-edged sword, depending on the personal situation of each person. For airlines, however, it represents a good opportunity to leverage the positive emotions generally associated with this day and to promote their brands and services. [push h=”14″]

This year, airlines have been surprisingly productive in terms of the sheer number of initiatives and post dedicated to Valentine’s Day that they have published on social media. To create this Top 10 case-pack, we have decided to showcase as many different types of initiatives as possible. It is worth noting that some equally nice initiatives were created by other airlines but excised in favour of maximum variety. [push h=”14″]

Overall, it turned out that the simplest initiatives, such as KLM’s Facebook post above, attracted the most likes but other more complex ones such as TAP’s cards, JetStar’s Love Jet and Air New Zealand’s Blind Gate will probably have a longer lasting effect and a deeper impact on people’s perception of the brand. We hope you enjoy the case-pack! [push h=”14″]




Marco Serusi

Marco Serusi

Senior Consultant at SimpliFlying
Marco is a Senior Consultant at SimpliFlying, and has worked on major client projects with the likes of LATAM Airlines, London Heathrow and Royal Brunei Airlines. He has also delivered training in airline Marketing strategy for over 100 executives globally and spoken at several aviation conferences worldwide. He is well known for his cutting edge research into the latest aviation marketing and social media trends.Marco is Italian but also speaks Spanish and English fluently and has lived in several countries including the UK, USA, Italy and Spain. He has been with SimpliFlying for over 3 years.and is based in Valencia, Spain. He is a subject matter expert and consultant on social media practice in aviation. He has contributed extensively to thought-leadership in this space as well as held training workshops for senior aviation executives on behalf of SimpliFlying. He advises clients globally on aviation marketing strategy.He’s Italian, but has lived in several countries since he was 18, earning an Air Transport degree in the UK, a pilot license in Florida and an MBA in Spain. He now lives in Valencia, Spain where he previously worked as a Marketing Director.You can talk to him in Italian, English or Spanish. You can also tweet him at @simplimarco, e-mail him at
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