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American Airlines holds a bullish view despite supply overhang in some specific geographies

29-Sep-2014 8:08 PM

American Airlines continues to maintain a positive outlook on global demand despite capacity creep in certain geographical regions, which is creating revenue pressure during 3Q2014.

American has initiated its own capacity cuts in the trans-Atlantic and Latin America, but other airlines are backfilling some of its supply pull-down on the Atlantic, which is causing concern for the airline.

As it works to attain a rational supply-demand balance in some of its regional entities, American is also offering explanations of how it intends to use its relatively high cash balances in the short term.

That could include keeping a higher than average liquidity balance until some of the toughest tasks of its merger integration are complete.

flydubai and fastjet drive LCC growth in East Africa as Uganda gets its first taste of low fares

29-Sep-2014 8:35 AM

Spirit Airlines unleashes new competitive dynamics in Cleveland with challenge to Frontier Airlines

27-Sep-2014 10:23 PM

Thai Lion Air expands domestic network, intensifying competition with Nok, Thai AirAsia & Thai Smile

26-Sep-2014 9:28 AM

Aeromexico and Volaris increase international spread to strengthen yields; and VivaAerobus follows

25-Sep-2014 8:30 PM

AirAsia X SWOT: challenging times but first mover advantage and fleet flexibility are huge strengths

25-Sep-2014 4:03 PM

US investment grade airlines deliver consistent returns, and pledge to continue full steam ahead

24-Sep-2014 7:03 PM
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Getting the Policy Settings Right for International Airline Expansion

12-Sep-2014
Views on Australia’s bilateral aviation policy, and the opportunities and threats under ASEAN open skies expansion. Also, insight into the major facilitation roadblocks for further air travel and tourism growth and policy roadblocks (customs, taxation, fees/charges), in international markets with a focus on China and New Zealand.

 

Moderator:Tourism & Transport Forum (TTF),Chairman, The Hon Bruce Baird AM


Panellists:
Sydney Airport,CEO,Kerrie Mather
South African Airways,Chief Strategy Officer,Barry Parsons
Australian Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development,Secretary,Mike Mrdak
Tourism Australia,Managing Director, John O’Sullivan

 

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