The change expectations and needs of business travellers towards airlinesBack to Forum
my name is Marco. I am studying aviation management in Germany and I am currently working on my bachelor´s thesis. In this I would like to answer the question how the travel behaviour of business travellers has changed due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Do you regularly travel by plane on business trips? When choosing a flight, are you currently paying more attention to aspects that were not important to you before the pandemic? In your opinion, what criteria would have to be met for the demand for business travel to increase again? I would be very happy if you would take the time to complete my 7-10 minute survey and share with me your opinion on this topic. All answers will of course be collected completely anonymously.
This is the link to the survey: https://survey.questionstar.com/b15b2f26
Thank you for taking the time to read this and also for considering participating.7 May 2021
Thank you so much, I really appreciate your feedback. Also, please feel free to share this survey with friends or colleagues, who also fit into the target group 🙂
Marco7 May 2021
CongyParticipant8 May 2021
FlyingMarco, I just want to say thank you for your post and how relevant it is to this forum. Compared to other postings, such as people getting upset because they weren’t served a cup of tea on their flight…..I mean c’mon!
I find the content your post rather objectionable and don’t at all understand what motivated you to attempt to denigrate the many participants of this forum who find it unsatisfactory to not be able to to secure a cup of tea on airlines where it could be very reasonably expected that tea would be available.
As should be abundantly clear to any frequent traveler with even a modicum of understanding of English speaking business travelers (possibly not Americans who of course do speak an often mutated form of English and drink a revolting much boiled viscus liquid that they wrongly call Coffee) the thread is indeed very relevant to the enjoyment of business class travel for many.
I don’t altogether understand the term “I mean c’mon” but assume it is some sort of Americanised slang expression intended to further emphases the intended denigration of those of us who find the unavailability of an expected cup of tea more than a little annoying. Good day to you.12 May 2021