Exploring the current state of long-haul low-cost (LHLC) using schedules, fleet and flight status data.
Data is powerful on its own, but even more powerful in combination with other relevant data sets. Reviewing core aviation data sets such as schedules, fleet and flight status together makes it possible to investigate a series of hypotheses about the LHLC market, and produce further analysis around this and other markets. As a result, more complex questions can be answered, such as:
• What does the current LHLC transatlantic landscape look like and how it is changing?
• Do low-cost carriers get more hours from their aircraft when flying long-haul?
• What difference does it make flying long-haul into smaller airports?