This year The Blue Swan Daily will feature some of the leading airlines, airports and country markets for air travel. Here, using the extensive profile insights available
Is the evolution of ‘low-cost long-haul’ shifting in emphasis from secondary level airports at one or both ends of the route to operations between primary airports?
Most eyes have been on Norwegian Air to prove the sustainability of the low cost long haul business model, at least since the Boeing 737
Singapore Airlines continues to offer cheap premium economy fares on US nonstop flights, particularly Los Angeles
Whether supporting a tighter travel policy or alternatively perhaps affording travellers a little more comfort, it is clear that the premium economy cabin is being
Lufthansa boosts A380 operations out of Munich; aircraft to be equally split between Munich and Frankfurt hubs from Summer 2020
German national carrier Lufthansa will split its Airbus A380 equally between its two hubs from summer 2020 as it works to find the optimum routes
Qantas Airways has unveiled plans to launch services from Brisbane to Chicago and San Francisco following tentative approval of its proposed joint venture with American
A recent blog post by aviation intelligence provider OAG provides some interesting insight into the trans-Atlantic market between the United Kingdom and North America and
Now that most of the merger integration between Alaska Air Group and Virgin America is complete, Alaska has unveiled plans to open a new lounge
Apple is United’s largest corporate customer at its San Francisco hub, generating USD150 million in revenues annually. Apple spends a staggering USD35 million per year
Competition in the Singapore-US market is intensifying as United Airlines adds a second daily flight to San Francisco and Singapore Airlines (SIA) resumes nonstop flights.