Change of Policy: Has United Airlines Missed the Point? When you revisit the sequence of events before and after the brutal removal of Dr. David Dao from United Airlines Flight 3411, you would agree that there was perhaps a triple fiasco. The first instance happened at the pre-boarding when the
Overbooking Incident: Could United Airlines Have Avoided the Fiasco? If you watched the video, which went viral on social media about the United Airlines’ passenger who was brutally forced off his seat and dragged along the aisle by a police officer then you would agree that airline overbooking is dead.
Does Warren Buffett’s Investment Predict Airline Future Performance? In a very surprising move, billionaire investor Warren Buffett acquired significant stakes in the four US major airlines, namely: American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, United Airlines and Southwest Airlines. In this edition of Airline Profits, we are offering our perspective as to
Could Ryanair Remain Profitable Carrying Passengers for Free? In our 9th edition, we stressed upon the need for airlines to reconsider how they generate revenues. In this edition of Airline Profits, we are sharing our perspective about a revelation, Michael O’Leary, CEO of Ryanair recently made. In a November 2016
What Impact Will the Brexit Have on Airline Profitability? When the British Government called for a referendum to allow its citizens to decide whether the United Kingdom (UK) should remain within the European Union or withdraw from it, not many people really expected what happened at the close of
Is Seat Auctioning a Targeted Upsell or a Potential Profitability Leakage? Considering the bidding platform plusgrade.com and a number of articles written about the new trend of seat auctioning, it is very interesting to observe the concept of real time open bidding taking off in the airline industry. This new