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The Peanut Wars

Forget #PaxEx: Here’s What the Market Wants from Airlines

  • 7 min read

We often discuss why airlines make perplexing decisions in favour of unbundled fares and aircraft configurations.  The Peanuts posts are entirely dedicated to the topic of the airlines’ quest for profitability is a sin and the various airlines’ decisions on how to package their products. Some get it right.  Other’s insist on… 

The Final Frontier: Three Quick Aviation Facts to Help Perplexed Passengers Get Into the Spirit of Things, A Peanuts Adventure

  • 9 min read

When Frontier Airlines announced yesterday that it would unbundle its pricing, lowering fares and charging extra for everything else, news spread that Frontier had finally caved in and chosen the Ultra Low-Cost Model of Spirit Airways. Like that’s a bad thing. Many have bemoaned this decision by Frontier, and I’m… 

Indications of a Softening Attitude Towards Norwegian’s Bid for US Routes on the Hill

  • 2 min read

Ken McEldowney, Director of Consumer Action, today wrote an article for The Hill stating that “Airline regulations should work for, not against, consumers.”  No one could argue with that, but what’s really interesting is that McEldowney’s article is really written as a strong case in favour of Norwegian Air Charter’s… 

Norwegian at Home on the Emerald Isle

  • 9 min read

Norwegian has just announced that their long-haul operation, Norwegian Air International Limited will be based in Dublin. The airline has given several reasons for their decision, including the favourable financial conditions afforded by Ireland’s adoption of the Cape Town Convention.  Norwegian also list the high standards of the Irish Aviation… 

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