A useful database to watch is the US DoT’s T-1. It summarizes the T-100 traffic data reported by U.S. air carriers. We take a deep dive and share our thoughts on what we see in the data. Subscriber content – Sign in Subscribe ...
Spirit Airlines used a large part of its Q1 earnings call to further clarify why it opposes the unsolicited offer from JetBlue. The offer raised too many red flags and would harm the interests of Spirit’s shareholders, it said on May 5. Spirit Airlines sees too many...
CORRECTION – Spirit Airlines has rejected an enhanced proposal from JetBlue to take over the ultra-low-cost airline. The Spirit Board of Directors isn’t convinced that the original offer JetBlue made on April 5 nor an updated one on April 29 constitute a...
Frontier Group Holdings, Inc., the parent company of Frontier Airlines, reported its financial results for the first quarter of 2022 on April 28 and issued guidance for the second quarter and full-year 2022. Frontier reported a 1Q22 loss but guides to record 2Q22...
As airlines become more carbon sensitive and embrace anything “Green”, it is useful to get a better comprehension of the carbon footprint generated. The key driver is the number 5.5 – each gallon of Jet-A burned generates 5.5 pounds of carbon. Using...
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