Airlines could make $30 billion from connectivity

Airlines could make $30 billion from connectivity

06 November 2017

In-flight broadband has the potential to create a $130 billion global market within the next 20 years, resulting in $30 billion of additional revenue for airlines by 2035, according to a new study by London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) in association with Inmarsat. Read More >>

Another award for Touchstar Technologies

Another award for Touchstar Technologies

01 November 2017

Touchstar Technologies were the recent recipients of the ‘2017 Consulting Elite Award’ from the prestigious Worldwide Business Review (WBR). WBR is a magazine and online facility targeted at “leading CEOs, executives, innovators and leading professionals from across the corporate landscape and around the world”. The magazine has a printed circulated of some 70,000. Read More >>

Ancillary Revenues Soar

Ancillary Revenues Soar

20 September 2017

In the ultra-competitive air travel industry, it’s no surprise that airlines are always looking for new opportunities to provide a better experience for their passengers with a service that sets them apart from their competitors.   In recent years, it is the prevalence of ancillary revenue that has made the biggest impact on airlines. According to a recent report, in 2007 the top 10 airlines globally, as rated by total ancillary revenue, generated a combined total of $2.1 billion from this revenue type. By 2016, this had increased substantially resulting in $28 billion in ancillary revenue, an increase of 1233%.   Read More >>

Patrick Clark Interviewed by Leading Magazine

Patrick Clark Interviewed by Leading Magazine

12 September 2017

Patrick Clark, General Manager of TouchStar's OnBoard division, was recently interviewed by Henry Canaday, a journalist with 'Low-Fare & Regional Airlines' magazine. Read More >>

How Big Data Is Helping Airlines Personalise

How Big Data Is Helping Airlines Personalise

26 June 2017

Traditional retailers generate and capture a massive amount of data—most notably, customer transaction histories that can reveal detailed product interest along with promotional and marketing response rates.The emergence of big data, low cost storage and advanced analytical tools means that airlines can now capture even greater value from such information, provided they know how to analyse and interpret it. Read More >>