World Routes Milan 2021
13th October 2021, Jo Hunt, our Associate Director has recently returned from the World Routes Conference in Milan. Here are her thoughts on the conference and the discussions she had. “It was great to step away from the virtual world and see so many familiar and new faces over the... Read more
Scheduled airline start-up models – the Low Cost Carrier model is the favourite choice
1st July 2021 As the collapse in demand for air travel has caused market gaps coupled with the availability of aircraft and personnel, we are seeing a significant surge in airline start-ups globally. As is always the case, some are paper airlines that will not actually launch and many that... Read more
A no-deal Brexit – a doomsday scenario for aviation ?
7th March 2019 Firstly a declaration, I am a staunch remainer. But this article has been written using facts where available, which in some areas are hard to establish in the mist of Brexit uncertainty. The question is how bad could a no-deal Brexit be for aviation? This article suggests... Read more
UK Votes to Pay More in Airport Charges if No Brexit Deal
6th November 2018 Windfall for airports, passengers to pay the price if air routes from the UK are re-classified as being international rather than Intra-EU Looking back at the somewhat depressing and inept Brexit debates back in 2016, the subject of airport charges wasn’t discussed in any great detail. No ‘battle... Read more