Blue Swan’s Brightest – July’s most popular South Pacific newsletter stories

It’s the first full week of August, so let’s take a look back at the most popular stories from last month’s The Blue Swan Daily South Pacific newsletters…

#10 – Travel prices are expected to rise sharply in 2019, driven by a growing global economy and rising oil prices

#9 – Qantas’ 787 to Hong Kong chases the premium market, but raises a growing premium economy challenge

#8 – AirAsia X product becomes inconsistent as second hand A330-300ceos are added

#7 – One Skytrax award that matters: JAL now rated five stars

#6 – Qantas could be planning more Asia expansion after 787 Hong Kong rejig

#5 – AI, successful travel programmes and the death of proprietary OBTs, with FCM Travel Solutions

#4 – Business travellers are putting themselves at risk by showing off on social media

#3 – Scoot to take over SilkAir 737-800s. Is Scoot the new SilkAir?

#2 – SME Focus: CTM launches free online business travel tool for SME market

#1 – Qantas to use last Brisbane-based 787 for Hong Kong. What happened to Brisbane-Seattle?