Volotea has put on sale 41 new routes, with all but one domestic. Almost all start in early July, and 66% will have direct competition.
With 39,000 existing passengers and a decent average fare, we look at the breakeven performance of one LCC and one FSC on Bangalore – Shanghai using RDC’s Apex tool.
Air France phasing out A380s also means the end of its quads. We look into why this is very good, together with exploring its A380 operations.
As Vietnam’s very fast-growing carrier says it’ll serve the US next year, Los Angeles stands out with 193,000 passengers. We look into the opportunity.
While there are enormous challenges and few ‘golden opportunities’, ultra-long-haul may have an increased role post-COVID-19. Linus Benjamin Bauer looks at why.
Will these additions and cuts, together with a 30% fall in fleet size and a 25% reduction in staff, be enough for it to achieve its 8% EBIT target in 2022?
As Rex, with 57 operational Saab 340s, considers acquiring narrowbodies, far beyond its comfort zone, we look at what it’s considering. Much is at stake.
As Virgin Atlantic says it’ll double Heathrow – Tel Aviv, which helps with core US connections, we look at the size & performance of this important market.
We look at the France – Fes market, which grew strongly pre-coronavirus with a CAGR of 6.5%. This coming winter, the two main airlines are down just 6% YOY.
With Delta retiring its MD-88s/90s on 2 June, we explore their last routes, the remaining operators of all ‘mad dogs’, and the enormous reduction in seats.
Vietnam Airlines announces Ho Chi Minh City – Hangzhou, a market of 43,000 in 2019, up 19% YOY from a 9% fare drop. We look at this market and where’s next.
As Wizz Air discloses 14 more new routes from July, on top of 12 announced in the past week, we look into what it plans and why.