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Corsair International is a French airline based at Paris-Orly International Airport. The airline operates service from the French cities of Lyon, Nantes, Toulouse and Marseilles. Corsair International is part of the TUI Travel Group. It is the second-largest airline in France, operating both scheduled and charter services to holiday destinations in Africa, the Indian Ocean and the Caribbean. The carrier rebranded from Corsairfly to Corsair International in Jul-2012.
Location of Corsair International main hub (Paris Orly Field)
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This second in a special two-part CAPA report looks beyond the headline-grabbing "big three" European LCCs to provide updates on more than 20 secondary low-cost operators. Part II reviews the progress at Monarch, NIKI, Pegasus Airlines, SkyExress, Smart Wings, Sun Express, Sverigeflyg, Thomson Airways, Transavia.com, TUIfly, Wind Jet and Wizz Air, following on from Part I which reviewed Air Southwest, Anadolujet, Atlastjet Airlines, Belle Air, Blue Express, Blue Air, bmibaby, CLICK4SKY, Flybe, Germanwings, Iceland Express and Jet2.com.
The German aviation market is a dynamic one, dominated by European giant, Lufthansa, and its host of subsidiaries, and also featuring Europe’s third largest LCC, Air Berlin, which has, like Lufthansa, also been pursuing an acquisition strategy. The market also features an assortment of smaller LCCs, regional airlines and charter carriers. The airline market is increasingly vibrant, but it was not always so. Dominated, as it still is, by Lufthansa and its satellites, competition was severely constrained until the late 1990s, when serious competition started to arrive in the form of new airlines, delivered a new scope of life under European Union principles of open skies.
Lufthansa is moving to consolidate its position in the German and European market, as its strong pbalance sheet enables it to take advantage of the expected wave of consolidation in the European market.
TUIfly, Germanwings and Condor are reportedly in advanced talks about a three-way airline tie-up. The talks are expected to be concluded during 3Q09.
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