Air Arabia hampered by slow liberalisation
Air Arabia enters a defining year in 2011, as it confronts major challenges in Egypt and aims to roll out its pan-Arabian strategy further north. CEO Adel Ali also admits the airline’s growth is being hampered by the frustrating pace of liberalisation in the region. [2391 words]
Unlock the following content in this report:
- A growth and yield stock?
- Pan-Arab footprint expands into the Levant
- The home base continues to perform strongly
- The regional liberalisation process
- flydubai: the nearest competitive threat
- Despite the headwinds, there’s a lot like to like
Graphs and data:
- Air Arabia net profit and net profit margin 2005-3Q2010
- Air Arabia revenue 2004-3Q2010
- Air Arabia passenger numbers and passenger load factor 2004-Q32010
- Air Arabia Group’s route network 2010
- Flydubai capacity (seats) per week (31-Jan-2011 to 06-Feb-2011)
- Air Arabia capacity (seats) per week (31-Jan-2011 to 06-Feb-2011)
- Air Arabia average operational reliability and utilisation
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