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  • ANALYSIS: Air France-KLM wrestles with medium-haul challenge

    Air France-KLM intends to turnaround its short- and medium-haul operation with a solution organised around three units: Air France's provincial bases, its...

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  • ​ANALYSIS: Qatar and IAG romance moves up a gear

    News | 30 Jan 2015 12:43 | Max Kingsley-Jones

    Qatar Airways' decision to acquire almost 10% of IAG finally cements a long-running courtship between the two.
  • ANALYSIS: Looking beyond the short-term impact of low oil prices

    News | 19 Jan 2015 17:15 | Chris Tarry

    Recent and apparently continuing falls in the oil price – with Brent trading below $50 per barrel today – provides further evidence of the difficulties associated with forecasting, writes CTAIRA analyst Chris Tarry.
  • ANALYSIS: Gap widens among European airlines

    News | 17 Nov 2014 16:38 | Chris Tarry

    CTAIRA analyst Chris Tarry on how the latest financial results season illustrates a growing gap between Europe's higher performing and struggling airlines
  • ANALYSIS: What next for Europe's airlines?

    News | 21 Oct 2014 12:18 | Chris Tarry

    CTAIRA analyst and summit speaker Chris Tarry examines the economic and strategic headaches that legacy airlines face amid faltering growth and market uncertainties
  • ​ANALYSIS: Europe’s legacy airlines fight for short-haul share

    News | 30 May 2014 09:18 | Chris Tarry

    CTAIRA analyst Chris Tarry examines the convergence playing out within Europe’s short-haul market
  • ANALYSIS: Ryanair network moves show shifting focus

    News | 03 Dec 2013 10:12 | Graham Dunn

    Ryanair’s latest shift into the mainstream at Brussels, Rome and Copenhagen underlines its determination to keep the pressure on rivals and lift its own yields.