Delta resumed the top spot for incoming tweets in March, seeing almost twenty-five thousand mentions on the network, which was good enough to knock Air Asia, last month’s champion, into second place.
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AirAsia is back in the top spot in February, with its 22,635 Twitter mentions a jump of some 60 percent since January. Delta secured second place, with American Airlines in third.
In a generally quieter month, Cebu Pacific has leapt to the most-mentioned top spot, ahead of December’s leader Air Asia. Volaris is a new entry at third.
AirAsia was the most popular airline in December, receiving over seventeen thousand tweets from its followers, ahead of American Airlines and EasyJet.
Last month saw a large jump in the total number of tweets mentioning the most popular airlines on Twitter – some 53,400 were received, a gain of some 15 percent on October.
Last month, and thanks to some very negative publicity, Southwest Airlines took the top spot, but they could only secure third place in October, and it’s Delta who once again have taken the crown as Twitter’s most-tweeted airline.
In September there was a big change at the top, with Southwest Airlines the recipient of the most tweets for the month, beating longstanding champion Delta, who dropped down to third below Air Asia.
Simpliflying (in partnership with Eezeer) have updated their monthly infographic on how airlines are using Twitter (see our previous update on this for July here, and previous months can be found here, here and here).
Big change in August as Cebu Pacific becomes the global airline with the second highest number of mentions on Twitter. Cebu Pacific received almost 12,000 public tweets, which was good enough for second place behind all-conquering Delta. JetBlue rounds out the pack in third.
How many airlines are on Twitter? How many followers do they have? How often do they tweet? How helpful are they? How positive are the messages they receive from their followers?
We’ve been providing regular updates on the monthly reports from Simpliflying as to how airlines are using Twitter, but this new infographic from Travel 2.0 Consulting Group offers a slightly different spin.
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