Airline Weekly Lounge Episode 46 – Left Behind

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In the wake of Brexit, will the U.K. be able to remain in the European Common Aviation Area? We don’t know. But we do know that if the U.K. is relegated to some other status, it would obviously impact airlines […]

Airline Weekly Lounge Episode 45 – Six Degrees of Singapore

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Wherever you go in the airline industry, you’re never too far from Singapore Airlines, a carrier that played a primary role in—count ‘em— four of the bigger storylines last week. Singapore is pulling out of Brazil. In India, Singapore will […]

June 20

When Texas was booming during the era of high oil prices, airlines flocked to cities like Houston. Today, they’re flocking to California instead, as United’s capacity shift from Houston to San Francisco makes clear. Last week, Reuters reported that California […]

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Airline Weekly Lounge Episode 44 –Struggling in Scandinavia

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Scandinavia’s SAS posted a pretty rough quarter despite huge tailwinds from its healthy home economy and cheap fuel. Fierce competition, labor concerns and operational problems all share the blame. Is SAS’s long-haul strategy the answer? Or will it take a […]