2023 began with a bang for Latin American carriers. We have seen almost everything in these first three months. From the announcement of new airlines to the cease of operations of three –possibly four– operators in the region, it has been a very active period. New...
The attempt of the US Department of Justice (DOJ) to block the proposed merger of JetBlue and Spirit Airlines by filing a civil antitrust lawsuit opens up a whole new chapter in the battle for Spirit. Let’s have a look at what the parties say. The Department of...
Airlines operate in a highly competitive environment. Every advantage is exploited to drive down costs and get ahead of the competition. Since ~75% of operating costs are driven by pilot and fuel costs, fleet choices become strategic decisions. These choices have...
Our analysis last Friday generated more attention than we expected. Not all of it was positive, but that’s how it goes. However a follow on issue has been percolating – if we argue that Airbus is being given a monopoly in the single-aisle MoM segment, can...
On November 8, 2022, Colombia’s Aeronautical Authority concluded that the integration between Avianca, Viva Colombia, and Viva Peru poses risks to competition in the sector and consumer welfare. Therefore, it has rejected the airlines’ first attempt to merge. With...
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