Europe

Falling Airline Yields Do Not Mean Weak Demand

Edward Russell
July 28th, 2023 at 12:45 PM EDT

Ryanair Boeing 737 wing and nose

Both Ryanair and Alaska Airlines reported some decline in yields in the second quarter and continuing into the third. But they also made clear: Overall travel demand remains robust on both sides of the Atlantic. Edward Russell and Jay Shabat discuss what’s happening.

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Edward Russell
July 28th, 2023 at 12:45 PM EDT

Tags: Europe North America

Photo credit: A Ryanair Boeing 737 at Glasgow's Prestwick airport. Flickr / Ronnie Macdonald

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