This week, Delta Air Lines, Inc. purchased a 49% share in Virgin Atlantic for $360 million USD from Singapore Airlines (SIA), signifying yet another dynamic shake-up in the evolving world of … [Read more...] about Delta and Virgin Atlantic Propose Transatlantic Joint Venture
Singapore Airlines to end nonstop services to Los Angeles and Newark A few months ago, I wrote a blog post about ultra-long haul routes. I used two textbook examples of Singapore Airlines' nonstop … [Read more...] about Singapore to Pull Two Glamor Fights, American to Launch New Flights: Rohan on Routes (Version 4.0)
Last Friday, I blogged about how Australian flag carrier Qantas was rumored to announce a deal with its powerful Middle Eastern competitor, Emirates Airline of Dubai which would entail a code-share … [Read more...] about Qantas, Emirates prepared to announce partnership deal
Newest OneWorld member airberlin to commence Chicago operations in Spring 2013 Quite possibly the most exciting news I have heard all week: German carrier airberlin announced today that it will … [Read more...] about airberlin, SAS, United, and Lufthansa: Rohan on Routes (v2.0)
American Airlines' bright outlook: 1Q yield grows as international flights & product to be enhancedIt seems like the continuous "good-news, bad-news" cycle repeats itself for US legacy carrier … [Read more...] about Brighter skies ahead for bankrupt American Airlines?
It seems like the news outlets are bursting this week with griping.Caution: before you continue reading, I must warn you, this post will be full of debbie-downerism. I advise anyone who can't … [Read more...] about All aboard the grumble bus
About Biman Bangladesh Airlines I felt inspired to dedicate today's post to the blog reader from Bangladesh who frequents my site. Thank you, WordPress, for tracking the global locales of my … [Read more...] about Biman Bangladesh Airlines, the "Wings of Freedom"
Today, I stumbled across an article that provides didactic insight into business lessons that can be learned from the airline industry. Published yesterday in Inc. magazine, A Lesson on Cost From … [Read more...] about American Airlines and Lessons in Cost Structure
The United Airlines' 'Sweep,' developed by Saul Bass in 1974, remains one of the most iconic logos in aviation history. And just like that, it went from, "It's Time to Fly," to "You're going to need … [Read more...] about "For the World’s Largest Airline, It’s Time to Fly."
The snow came down pretty heavily in Chicago yesterday. I suppose the weather gods decided that break time was over and the city was destined to get some flurries. Oh well, thank you sun - you were … [Read more...] about Analysis of Southwest Airlines Moving Forward