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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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February, 15 2017

The American Way – Long-distance relationships

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February, 14 2017

The American Way – Cheap Dates

If you can’t beat them, join them. Or so the motto goes. Having spent years assuming the market could be segmented into discrete passenger types, US l...

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February, 13 2017

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