What does the future hold in store for alliances and partnerships in the airline world? The global alliances continue to attract new members; market-specific joint ventures are cropping up all over the place – not just among alliance members, but also on a tactical basis with non-aligned carriers; and you only have to look at the tug of war over LATAM to see the impact consolidation may have on existing alliances.
What next for airline alliances and partnerships?
By Graham Dunn on 14 August, 2012 in Uncategorised
It is against this backdrop that airline management consultancy Booz & Company has launched a short survey looking at the future of partnership models in the airline industry. Aimed at industry members with an interest in airline collaboration, its objective is to evaluate the success of the different partnership models ranging from codeshares to alliances and joint ventures as well as minority shareholdings. It also examines some of the key challenges and success factors of different types of partnerships.
The survey should take about 10-15 minutes to complete and all responses will be treated confidentially. Those interested in finding out more about the survey can find it here www.booz.com/AirlinePartnershipSurvey/.
And look out for some of the findings and insights from the survey to be covered in Airline Business later this year.
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