As US airlines race to prepare for returning traffic, there is a scramble for capacity. It is the nature of this business that one has to always have extra capacity to deploy quickly. When an opportunity appears, first-mover advantage is crucial. In an oligopoly (and...
Here’s the updated model – please remember to click the double arrow at the bottom right, please. MAX orders are rolling in. Alaska ordered 13 more. Southwest just took another 34 MAX7s. Total MAX7s for that airline is now 243 and getting closer to the...
With the highly useful T2 dataset updated through year-end 2020, we now can share pictures of how fleet changes impacted US airlines. The biggest impact we see is the rise of the A321 and the shrink in the 757. Notice that this change occurred in 2015. Notice also...
News: On NBC’s Today show, Boeing CEO David Calhoun made a bold prediction that a major US airline will go out of business by the end of the year, and that it will take up to five years before the industry recovers from the coronavirus pandemic. When asked if a major...
Several airline executives, including Gary Kelly of Southwest Airlines, have said they believe it is safe to fly during the current epidemic. “I don’t think the risk on an airplane is any greater risk than anywhere else, and in fact, you just look at the layered...
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