LinkedIn and Airline Partnership

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LinkedIn and Airline Partnership

Many airlines have interactive screens that allow you to watch tv, play movies, and games. Linkedin is partnering with airlines like Delta to bring learning courses to flights. Many business personnel take flights daily. This new innovative addition can allow fliers to sharpen there skills and choose from thousands of courses taught by professionals. Courses range from graphic design, to influencer guides, to happiness tips. It has a course for nearly Esch profession. This is a great way to get awareness to LinkedIn and expand the idea that the site is just used for job searching. According to social media today, this feature will start by being available in Emirates, Cathay Pacific, Turkish Airlines, select Alaska Airlines flights and with Eurostar rail service. LinkedIn already has 575 million users so this will be popular and is set in the perfect audience.


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Jourdan Baldwin

Jourdan Baldwin

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Alexandra Mills

Alexandra Mills

September 17, 2018at 10:28 pm

I love this idea. These courses would be especially helpful for professionals who travel weekly to clients. I would love to learn a new skill every time I traveled!

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