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Alaska Airlines preserves its enviable financial foundation while persevering in Seattle

16-Sep-2014 11:15 PM

Alaska Air Group’s robust financial foundation seems unshakeable even as it continues to face short term capacity pressure from Delta at its Seattle hub.

Some of the hype surrounding Delta’s aggressive build-up in Seattle during the past year is fading, leaving the two airlines to devise strategies to effectively compete with one another until the market reaches a new level of stability.

But even with the added pressure, Alaska continues to drive ample top-line profit growth while remaining focussed on lowering costs and sustaining one of the cleanest balance sheets in the US airline industry. Those elements combine to create a strong competitive shield against Delta, which also must wait for its rapid capacity growth in Seattle during the past year to reach maturity.

Hong Kong Airlines IPO Part 1: reportedly profitable but with improvements needed

16-Sep-2014 8:37 PM

Singapore LCCs: growth slows and penetration rate falls as Jetstar Asia & Tigerair incur losses

16-Sep-2014 6:00 PM

CAPA comes to America! Las Vegas CAPA Americas Aviation Summit in April 2015

16-Sep-2014 1:45 PM

Southeast Asian airlines: 80% were unprofitable in 1H2014 but conditions are starting to improve

15-Sep-2014 10:00 AM

Air France-KLM's new plan to grow LCC Transavia has taken too long; a union confrontation looms

14-Sep-2014 2:23 PM

Frontier Airilnes moves on Cincinnati and Cleveland, increasing overlap with Allegiant and Spirit

14-Sep-2014 6:01 AM

Getting the policy settings right for international airline expansion

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
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

The Australian International Aviation Market Outlook

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Nok Air CEO Update

Citilink CEO Update

Tigerair Australia CEO Update
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