Aeroflot

Prediction Affliction: Airline Weekly Lounge Episode 112:

Seth Kaplan
January 9th, 2019 at 4:46 PM EST

With a new year underway, we’re thinking about what will happen in 2019—always a dicey proposition. In this episode, we consider the prospects of airlines around the world. Some, like Aeroflot and Turkish Airlines, are facing huge opportunities. Others, like Jet Airways and South African Airlines, are facing grave challenges. Will the International Airlines Group make another offer for Norwegian? Will Alitalia find a partner? Will Lion Air cancel plane orders? Will Emirates and Etihad merge? In short, what will 2019 bring? In this episode, we reluctantly offer some predictions.

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Seth Kaplan
January 9th, 2019 at 4:46 PM EST

Tags: Aeroflot, Emirates, Etihad, Norwegian, Turkish Airlines

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