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A Squeeze of Orange?

The European aviation scene is an interesting one at the moment with a lot of movement between the big players. There are those who are going to miss out, and those which could potentially make large capacity gains, leaving just three of four groups. 759 more words


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Iberia prepares to re-open routes from Barcelona to international destinations

Iberia is transformed. After six years with a very critical financial situation, the IAG group has managed to turn the Spanish flag carrier and out of the ICU, despite doubts after joining the British group. 555 more words

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Willie Walsh raises concerns over London City Airport sale

International Airlines Group chief executive Willie Walsh was quoted by the Financial Times on Tuesday as saying that British Airways would pull out of LCY… 73 more words

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IAG chief Willie Walsh expresses interest in second-hand jets

International Airlines Group (IAG) announced on Monday that it is looking at the possibility of leasing used jets, in a bid to cut costs. Talking at the forum, IAG’s chief executive, Willie Walsh, said the company was considering leases of second-hand A380 and Boeing 777-300s as part of a wider cost-cutting drive, which would be IAG’s primary focus in 2016.


Cantabrians begin to tell the world...

How long did the New Zealand Government and the private insurance industry think it would take before Cantabrians began to publicize their plight internationally. 2016 will see a resurgence of activity from the affected population. 33 more words

Why is IAM so expensive (part 1)

There are a lot of reasons. So I decided to blog about a couple of them. But let’s start with one for the moment. This reason I call “customer process adoption”. 293 more words


Upgauging and Densification

There is a trend in the aviation industry at the moment. How can we get more people on our aircraft?

There are two easy answers to that one, either fitting more people into the same space or having larger aircraft. 641 more words