European airlines, struggling with tight margins as ticket prices fall and fears of terrorist attacks take their toll on leisure travel demand, are getting creative when it comes to the all-important ancillary revenues. For many, a digital push is helping give them an edge. A recent report by consultancy IdeaWorksCompany emphasized the importance of mobile applications for airlines looking to make the most of ancillary revenues, citing United Nations statistics that estimate the ...


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