This year, 80% of revenue is being sold into those high-end properties, compared to 68% last year. Another area of growth is group bookings where he said, TRAVELSAVERS and NEST agents had increased sales by 167%. For the Atlanta-based carrier’s leisure arm, the good news comes as its parent is ringing up record results, paying out $1.5 billion in employee profit sharing in 2015, contributing to a happy, motivated workforce that is helping drive industry leading on-time performance, and a record 100 days so far this year where it has not cancelled a flight. “We want to get your clients where they want to go with their luggage and their underwear,” Caldwell told the packed ballroom at the JW Marriott Resort & Spa. To provide more inventory for affluent travelers, Caldwell said over 60 new upscale and boutique hotels have been added this year. Get the full story at Travel Market Report