[Infographic] What are the Key Ingredients for Great Airline Marketing?

Airline marketing is in a state of great change. [push h=”14″]

One of the great pleasures of working in an aviation marketing consultancy is the constant joy in discovering new campaigns by airlines and airports. Airlines, as we mentioned yesterday, have been doing much better than airports when it comes to evolving marketing strategies in the age of the Connected Traveller, when digital and social media have become so very important.

But what about actual marketing campaigns? What have airlines been upto? What sort of campaigns have they been running? Our research into over 350 airline marketing case-studies across the globe has resulted in our publication of over 20 issues of our monthly Airline Marketing Benchmark Reports, in partnership with airlinetrends.com.

While these premium reports are subscribed to by the likes of Qantas, Turkish Airlines, Google, Etihad, Air New Zealand and many more, we thought we’d also share with the public some of the most interesting statistics and take-aways from the case-studies we published.

Here are 3 key take-aways before you get to the infographic below.

  • Airlines have focused on 5 types of airline marketing campaigns.
  • Airline marketing is now definitely more Social than ever, clocking in over 100 Social campaigns of the 350 we researched.
  • European airlines lead with the most number of innovative marketing campaigns, and responsible for over 140 airline marketing campaigns over the last two years.





If you’d like to join the likes of Google, Airbus, Boeing, Qantas, Etihad and subscribe to our monthly Airline Marketing Benchmark Report, or get a free Sample Report, please write to David McMullen at david@simpliflying.com.

Shubhodeep Pal

Shubhodeep Pal

Former VP, Products and Operations at SimpliFlying
Shubhodeep Pal was leading SimpliFlying's Research, Product Development, Marketing and Business Development from December 2010 to December 2017 from the headquarters in Singapore. He has spoken at airline conferences and delivered training workshops for senior aviation executives. He has also appeared on television interviews and been quoted in publications such as the Wall Street Journal. His writings have appeared extensively on SimpliFlying and respected industry outlets such as Airlinetrends, Tnooz, Airport World, Low Cost and Regional Airline Business Magazine and Loyalty360. In a previous role, he also conducted a workshop on social media at the Ministry of Home Affairs, Singapore.
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