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Such changes will always divide opinion but BA is simply responding to the pressures of a short-haul market dominated by low-cost carriers who fly far more customers than it does.feedback
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Nov 19 2017
John Strickland has been quoted 44 times. The one recent article where John Strickland has been quoted is The first ever A380 superjumbo has gone into storage - so will it end up on the scrap heap?. Most recently, John Strickland was quoted as having said, “The A380 is a well regarded aircraft by airlines which operate it and by customers flying on it. Generally however, twin-engine aircraft such as the Airbus A350 and the Boeing 777 reduce the financial risks involved with filling capacity and operating costs.”.
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Jun 07 2017

On the North Atlantic you have volume markets where it can work. Asia can work, but the extent to which the model can be delivered at levels of sustainable profitability is far from clear.feedback

Jun 07 2017

With the overflight ban, it is not only a headache to reroute some of the operation, but it will make flights longer due to more circuitous routes. It adds time and cost and disrupts the schedule in terms of making connections.feedback

Jun 06 2017 - Malaysia

Airlines typically want to recoil but they would do better to get out there and face it head on. They need to explain what happened and how they're handling it.feedback

May 28 2017

It will be significant and I think it's reasonable to make a comparison with Delta because that's another sizeable airline. Then there's the less apparent costs from a public point of view, like flying empty aircraft around to get them back to the right place, paying staff overtime, even things like the cost of repatriating baggage.feedback

May 28 2017

Even if they could quickly get the show back on the road, which is a big uncertainty, disruption could run into several days.feedback

May 28 2017

Customers and from the airline's point of view – manpower, dealing with the backlog of aircraft out of position, parking spaces for the aircraft – it's a challenge and a choreographic nightmare.feedback

May 28 2017

There's a massive knock-on effect. Customers and from the airline's point of view - manpower, dealing with the backlog of aircraft out of position, parking spaces for the aircraft - it's a challenge and a choreographic nightmare. They were bedding in a new check-in system last year and there were teething problem but not of the magnitude of this. Heathrow ordinarily would be busy but would be exacerbated by the bank holiday, half-term and Ascension Day, which is celebrated in a lot of Europe.feedback

Apr 11 2017

Overbooking is a necessity for airlines due to different levels of no show passengers experienced on different routes. It's normally a highly sophisticated process based on extensive detailed statistical analysis. Even when passengers are forcibly denied boarding the idea is to handle this as tactfully & sensitively as possible.feedback

Apr 06 2017

The recent laptop ban on certain routes to the USA has brought into sharp relief exactly this challenge. Simply taking items powered by lithium batteries and stashing them in the hold is not an option unless done with sufficient attention to safety.feedback

Mar 28 2017

If these batteries are damaged they could have this thermal runaway fire and that itself is a security challenge of a different kind that the airlines would have to wrestle with.feedback

Mar 23 2017

If these batteries are damaged they could have this thermal runaway fire and that itself is a security challenge of a different kind that the airlines would have to wrestle with. Why are we not getting a follow through in Europe? Because there are other itineraries that customers can follow. And if they still wish to achieve a terrorist aim they can do it. I wouldn't overplay that right now, but it is something airlines will be watching on their bookings, minute-by-minute, and hour-by-hour.feedback

Dec 21 2016 - Lufthansa

They've made a big commitment to the Air Berlin wet lease and the question is whether gaining that market share will be of tangible value.feedback

Dec 19 2016

We may see a slowdown in the pace of growth by Gulf carriers or rational capacity or route reductions as indicated already by Emirates.feedback

Dec 16 2016 - Lufthansa

Other major airline groups like IAG & Qantas have long seen the value of this.feedback

Nov 02 2016 - Ryanair

But Ryanair is likely to succeed soon, though at this time Lufthansa would be a less likely candidate.feedback

Jul 13 2016 - Airbus

They are coming up against established manufacturers with worldwide networks in terms of spares and support.feedback

Aug 01 2015 - Ryanair

Many airlines will increasingly get benefits of low fuel as hedges unwind. This will certainly bring into sharp focus areas of high cost in the legacy airlines such as labour and it comes at a time when Ryanair is piling on the competitive pressure in Germany with massively expanded capacity.feedback

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