David Neeleman is a master airline entrepreneur. He’s very good at starting airlines. His latest effort, Breeze is showing signs of progress. And progress in the US domestic market is difficult – competition is intense and brutal. Yet there are signs...
As is our typical action at industry events, we like to capture the moments on video for you to see and hear as delivered. Rather than get an explanation of what somebody said, or what the author thinks they meant, we want you to see and hear the original – in...
This morning in Mobile Alabama, Airbus unveiled the first A220 for Breeze Airways. Last night at a dinner for the media, David Neeleman, CEO of Breeze briefly spoke about this event. He is clearly excited about the A220 and explained how its range enables the airline...
Airline schedules are by definition built far into the future, typically up to 360 days ahead. During normal times this is not that difficult. Traffic growth follows predictable patterns by season and reasonably predictable growth. Not anymore. Take a look at the...
Yesterday Airbus shared that the A220-300 has an increase in range from its current 3,350NM to 3,550NM. The extra range applies to high payloads, Airbus VP Single-Aisle Marketing Antonio Da Costa clarified to us. The former C Series continues to over-deliver just as...
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