Analysis

Propulsion companies well on the way to being service focused for revenues

As the airline sector continues to evolve we are getting closer and closer to the day that airlines are giving away seats for free and

From mainstream to niche airliner – is the A350-1000 arriving at the wrong time?

Airbus this week confirmed it had secured Type Certification from European and United States airworthiness authorities for its new A350-1000 – the largest version of

Aerocare cleared of union allegations then immediately sold to offshore giant, Swissport

Australian baggage handler company Aerocare announced it will be acquired by global cargo and handling services provider Swissport “in the coming weeks”, under an arrangement to recapitalise and position the

Social network and gamer Tencent joined the USD500 billion club this week: and China on track to conquer with AI

As Tencent Holdings’ share price went through HKD420 this week, the massive social media operator passed through the USD500 billion capitalisation level. Only five other

US airlines show customer service gains as bumping and mishandled bag levels hit new lows

Here’s some statistical analysis from the new Americas version of The Blue Swan Daily that highlights involuntary boarding and mishandled baggage rates in the domestic market

Monarch administrator wins appeal to retain London slots; Birmingham and Manchester slots already reallocated

The UK Court of Appeal has overruled a previous decision to return the slots of collapsed carrier Monarch Airlines to slot coordinator ACL for reallocation

Investors are sharing in the success of Europe’s low fare revolution

The recent collapse of airberlin and Monarch Airlines has cast a shadow on the airline industry, but it is far from gloomy for many of

EY and Concur develop first fully integrated tax and immigration solution for business travellers

A new digital solution that helps business travellers manage tax and immigration compliance risks has been developed in partnership by travel, expense and invoice management

Don Quijote would be proud – Spain’s Ciudad Real Airport may function again

If there is one example anywhere in the world of an airport that should never have been built – a textbook case study that should

Traxo claims to have the solution to the increasing problem of corporate travel booking leakage

Itinerary intelligence and travel data aggregation technology solutions specialist Traxo says it has found a solution to the increasing level of business travel now being

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