I’m finally feeling normal again after the Paris air show last week. I had the chance to sit down with International Aero Engines chief executive John Beatty who agreed to give his assessment of the industry’s resilience to survive the downturn. Take a look for yourself.
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A new company is offering a way of seating travellers with something in common together on board flights
A lack of funds because of the banking crisis makes airlines more vulnerable to failure, says IATA
There will be no recovery for the world’s airlines until 2010, according to IATA
“Our last industry forecast made in December was for a $2.5 billion loss in 2009 based on a 3% fall in passenger demand and a 5% drop in cargo. This is now looking very optimistic”
Virgin Atlantic president Sir Richard Branson has flagged the importance of social media channels, such as Facebook, during a media briefing in Hong Kong. The stop, en route to Sydney, forms part of Branson’s ‘around the world in eight days’ journey. The trip is aims to promote Virgin’s new global connectivity, with the launch of Virgin […]
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