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The Norwegian Effect

There can’t be much that rattles British Airways these days, other than the irritation of competitors nipping at its heels on the transatlantic market. Whilst 15% of BA’s worldwide capacity operates over the Atlantic, it contributes a much bigger share to profits.

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August, 05 2015

Flights Over Beijing To Be Restricted As China Holds V-day Parade

With Beijing airspace set to be closed for 3 hours next month as part of the military parade to mark the 70th anniversary of the end of World World II...

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June, 04 2015

Delivering Passengers: Gulf Carriers Importance for US Airlines

What The Gulf Carriers Mean for US Airline Networks The recent complaint from the big three US airlines about unfair competition from Gulf-based carri...

  
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May, 08 2015

The End of an Era - Airbus & Boeing Aircrafts

Airbus called a halt to production of its four-engine wide-body A340 towards the end of 2011, although the company has still been supporting the fleet...

  
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April, 29 2015

The Fight For Global Markets

  In March 2015, US carriers presented a case for unfair competition from some of the Gulf-based airlines, most recently releasing a cache of financia...

  
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April, 23 2015

Japan-Taiwan Air Services – Benefitting from Open Skies

This summer marks the fourth summer since Japan and the Republic of China (Taiwan) signed an Open Skies agreement. At the time it was hailed by touris...

  
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April, 22 2015

The Danger of Trend Analysis

  In 2011 there were 241 airlines registered and operating scheduled services within Europe. This summer that number will have reduced down to 168; a ...

  
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April, 10 2015

Scottish APD: More of the same or are we at the beginning of the end?

  With election fever about to take over the UK in the coming weeks, there is a decision looming post election which may change the shape of the UK av...

  
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March, 17 2015

Bangalore – A Microcosm of Indian Aviation?

  OAG’s on-time performance data for February 2015 at Bangalore’s Kempegowda International Airport (BLR) can be seen as a microcosm of Indian aviation...

  
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March, 13 2015

1501 miles and counting

It's amazing how much difference one mile can make in aviation! Today scheduled service operations to New York La Guardia are restricted to markets wi...

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February, 27 2015

Good enough?

At the start of 2015 four out of five flights leaving from and arriving at the world’s top airports were on-time. Is this good enough?

  
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