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Is Air New Zealand a successful and innovative airline or is it marginalizing its position and is ultimately doomed? After the demise of Ansett Australia, Air New Zealand bounced back pretty quickly to its pre-Ansett level of profitability after the New Zealand government rescued the airline. The decision to bail out and save Air New […]
The Telegraph in the UK has just published a list of what it considers to be the worst airline liveries. My national airline tops this list with the Hobbit themed 777-300ER aircraft. This debate was sparked with Air New Zealand’s new aircraft livery recently announced. The new Air New Zealand livery in my opinion looks […]
The 737 and A320 have formed the backbone of almost all successful low cost carriers (LCC’s) capacity that has also the main source of profitability in the airline industry. Airbus and Boeing have a lot at stake to make the next generation of this airline mainstay aircraft as relevant as the previous. With both manufacturers […]
The Low Cost Carrier (Airline) model is heading towards a level of maturity, and new low cost airlines continue to start-up all over the world; although many should not be classified under the true definition and are doomed to failure from the start. Is an LCC really a “low cost” model or a “different revenue” […]