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Pour yourself a Friday #avgeek Cocktail for today's episode, as Henry Harteveldt, the Founder and President of Atmosphere Research Group and God-Tier Avgeek joins P-56 for an interesting and insightful discussion of the economics of air travel today. This episode takes a deep dive into the current business travel landscape along with unique insights from Henry's surveys of passengers and business travel managers regarding to resumption of travel and attitudes toward flying on the 737 MAX.
Henry Harteveldt is one of the travel industry’s most well-known and respected analysts and advisors. He currently serves as Founder and President of the Atmosphere Research Group, which provides objective research and perspectives for the global travel industry including airlines, hotels, and other providers. With expertise in marketing, technology, customer experience, advertising, and many more areas, Henry is regularly called upon to provide advice and insight to large airlines, industry insiders, and the media.
Prior to founding the Atmosphere Research Group, Henry headed Forrester Research's global travel practice; and cut his teeth working in various marketing, planning, distribution, and strategy roles for TWA, Continental Airlines, and the Fairmount Hotel Group.
In addition to his professional experience, Henry is a God-Tier aviation geek, with particular appreciation for TWA, Braniff, and airline-themed "Friday AvGeek Cocktails" featuring vintage airline glassware to match the drink. He is based in San Francisco. You can find Henry and the weekly #avgeek cocktail on Twitter at @hharteveldt or e-mail him at firstname.lastname@example.org.