The A380 is somewhat of an enigma. While it is the solution to congested airports, and is well preferred by passengers in survey after survey, it has not sold particularly well. Only one carrier, Emirates, seems to understand how to make money with the A380, which...
Over the last two decades, there has been an increasing differentiation between the “haves” and “have nots” in many respects of society. Income levels among the rich have risen with inflation, while real wages for the working class in the US have fallen, which even...
There has been some back and forth on what the recent order changes for the A350XWB mean – United switching to -900s as did Cathay. American is now seemingly uncertain of its order for 22. If there is any trend here, a sentiment perhaps, it seems to be running...
The ME3 are highly influential But their growth phase has slowed This must be a concern for Airbus & Boeing The ME3, or Emirates, Etihad and Qatar Airlines, have had a significant impact on commercial aviation in their short lives. The next chart demonstrates...
There was an economic slowdown for the Middle East Three (Emirates, Etihad, and Qatar Airways or ME3) in 2016, after multiple years of substantial growth in revenues, yields, load factors, and profitability. Whether due to a lack of oil-related business traffic as...
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