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Flight crews: “Welcome to our rooms!”

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Published on 12/12/06 - Updated on 17/03/22

There is nothing like the crew of a regular airline to guarantee a high volume of nights yearly in the hotel chosen to host it. Of course the market is not quite so bright, but it still generates high turnover. The same is true for the image of the hotel chosen by a prestigious company. Rate negotiation is very tough and the related revenues fairly limited, but each call for tenders arouses the interest of groups that are well distributed around the globe.

Is it the prestige of the uniform? It is true that seeing hostesses and pilots in the halls of a hotel always has a certain effect. Providing accommodations to flight crews does not just guarantee a regular supply of clientele for a hotel, it is also a gage of quality for the average guest...

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