Icelandic low-cost airline PLAY has reported on its hot Summer season, including an 89% load factor in August, with 185,000 passengers carried and two new… Read More »PLAY Reports Sky-High Load Factor 89%: Stats to Know
Lynx Air, the ultra-affordable airline in Canada, is set to inaugurate its inaugural flight from Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ) to Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) today. This marks a significant milestone in the airline’s expansion plans for its Toronto network.
Vegas enthusiasts! Avelo Airlines is about to give you another reason to pack your bags and head to the city that never sleeps. In a bold move, the airline is doubling down on Las Vegas – and we’re not talking about a game of blackjack. More flights to Vegas? Yes, please! Value for money? Absolutely. Convenient schedules? You bet!
Whether you’re planning a weekend getaway or headed to Vegas for a big business conference, Avelo Airlines is ready to take you there. So, brace yourself for an exhilarating flight experience that’s just as exciting as the destination itself.
Norwegian reports that it carried almost 2.8 million passengers in September, which is an increase of 14 percent compared to the same month last year.
Nok Air‘s down-to-earth CEO, Mr. Patee Sarasin, has taken to YouTube to explain the Low-Cost airline’s in-flight products and services with a new Nok Air FAQs YouTube video series.
Each video is around a minute long, just enough for him to cover key points of customers’ most frequently asked questions (FAQs).
Due to my few posts last month, readers might assume that I took the month of February off to celebrate the birthday of the 747,… Read More »Love and Strife: Key Aviation Stories You Might Have Missed in February
This morning’s announcement of codeshare plans between SAS and Etihad Airways has very interesting implications for the Northern European travel market, and for Europe’s aviation industry as a whole.
Ryanair has announced an H1 Net Profit increase of 32% to €795m. Traffic grew by 4% to 51.3 million passengers, average air fares increased by… Read More »Ryanair Continues Strong Financial Performance with 32% Rise In Half Year Profits
Airbus has announced that the final assembly of VietJetAir’s first of up to 100 A320s on order is now underway in Toulouse, France; acquired by… Read More »VietJetAir’s first of 100 A320s enters final assembly
New Competition for Norwegian from the East: Prize-Winning Long-Haul Low-Cost AirAsia X Orders 50 A330neo To Reach Europe
AirAsia X, the long-haul affiliate of the Skytrax Winning AirAsia (World’s Best and Asia’s Best Low-Cost Carrier as announced today) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding… Read More »New Competition for Norwegian from the East: Prize-Winning Long-Haul Low-Cost AirAsia X Orders 50 A330neo To Reach Europe
Airbus has made a big issue about wide seating proposing an 18-inch standard for the industry at large in long-haul service. Such a standard would… Read More »Airbus Continues to Walk A Wide Line on Seating, and Boeing Takes The Fast Road to the Front
The Norwegian Air Saga Continues: New Route Between Copenhagen and Bangkok Is Only Small Piece of the Big Puzzle
Norwegian Air Shuttle ASA, the Oslo-based Low-Cost Carrier has announced that it will launch a new route between Copenhagen and Bangkok, as part of the… Read More »The Norwegian Air Saga Continues: New Route Between Copenhagen and Bangkok Is Only Small Piece of the Big Puzzle
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… Read More »Forget #PaxEx: Here’s What the Market Wants from Airlines
Social Media strikes again for aviation, this time with passengers filming a Mid-Air party on SpiceJet Airlines celebrating the Indian spring festival of Holi. Those videos went viral on social media and came to the attention of the Indian Directorate of Civil Aviation.
I hope you’re ready for something completely different. The quandaries I wrote about last week for Virgin America in Love Field continue to get interesting,… Read More »Red, Why Not Blue? You could find yourselves in Love.
Airbus recently informed the industry that Asian passengers value comfort. While that might be true, it did raise the question: Doesn’t everybody? Yes. And, clearly… Read More »Will PAX Pay for Comfort or Should Comfort be Free?
Tomorrow, and Tomorrow, and Tomorrow If I could accurately predict the future, I would not be writing this. I would be sunning myself on the beach… Read More »Profits Ain’t Peanuts (Part Five: The Seeds of Tomorrow)
In this third instalment of Profits Ain’t Peanuts we discuss the use of PEDs on board aircraft, inflight connectivity services, and IFE. In today’s world data… Read More »Profits Ain’t Peanuts (Part Three: Take a Byte)
This is the first post in a five-part series comparing and contrasting the approaches of Low-Cost Carriers, Traditional Airlines, and New Airlines as they compete… Read More »Profits Ain’t Peanuts (Part One: The Peanut Uprising)