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Recorded at CAPA Asia Aviation Summit, 09-Nov-2018

Why Do Airlines Fail?

Since 2001, some 300 airlines have failed around the world. There are many reasons, ranging from a poor business plan/value proposition, through to management execution, competitive responses and difficult economic conditions, including high fuel prices.
  • How important is it to achieving critical mass? And how big does an airline need to be to avoid becoming a statistic in the column of failed airlines?
  • How important are the credit card companies in the start-up and cash flow equation?
  • What other factors will determine whether we’ll see an increase in airline failures across Asia over the next 12 months?
  • How do airports respond to airlines failing?

Moderator: CAPA – Centre for Aviation, Executive Chairman, Peter Harbison
Panel:

  • flyadeal, CEO, Con Korfiatis
  • London Stansted Airport, Chief Commercial Officer, Aboudy Nasser
  • Mango Aviation, Commercial Head, Trevor Spinks

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