The number of challenges facing Korean Air could fill an A380. Nonetheless the airline remains quite profitable. Korean Air’s prime competitor, Asiana, has not been as fortunate, and we discuss the differences. Meanwhile, Aegean Airlines is doing just fine—more than fine, even—in a very tough economic environment. No stranger to a tough economic environment, Brazil’s Azul is trying to hold its own by again selling a piece of itself. Also, what’s so special about the U.K. leisure carrier Jet2.com?
Breeze Sees Softer Bookings as Airline Growth Outpaces Fall Travel Demand
U.S. airlines have scheduled too many flights this fall for the number of travelers, Breeze Airways founder and CEO David Neeleman said. This is pushing down airfares just as fuel…
September 27th, 2023 at 4:23 PM EDT