Dear Skift Airline Weekly Readers, In observance of Memorial Day in the U.S. on Monday, May 27, the next edition of Skift Airline Weekly will be released on Tuesday, May 28. In the meantime, please download this week’s issue, featuring an analysis of the rapidly changing Canadian airline market. Best regards, Madhu Unnikrishnan Editor, Skift […]
JetBlue will begin flying from New York City and Boston, MA to London in 2021. Here is a quick review of the pluses and minuses. We’ll have a closer look in Monday’s new issue. The Opportunities JetBlue is flying transatlantically in about the lowest-risk way possible: without buying expensive new widebodies. It will use narrowbody […]
In the time since Airline Weekly launched 15 years ago, the airline industry has undergone remarkable change, to an industry almost unrecognizable when we put out our first issue. Airlines have consolidated. Low-cost carriers started in regions that hadn’t seen them before. The rise of the ultra-low-cost carrier. Low-cost long-haul. Oil prices spiked to record […]
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We’re taking a short break to retool the Airline Weekly Lounge podcast. When we return, you’ll get the same exclusive insights and great conversation along with new guests and a new host. Expect insightful conversations and deeper analysis of that week’s aviation news and developments. Thanks for listening Click here to subscribe to the podcast.