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What Is New About Airline Profits in 2017?

What Is New About Airline Profits in 2017?

Welcome to the 12th edition of Airline Profits; it is amazing how fast time has flown by. As usual, this is a packed release with new and thought-provoking articles. Yet, before you discover what is included in this edition, here are some interesting announcements first.

A New Website

We are very excited about the launch of our new website, matching our official colour: blue. As you know, the blue is the preferred colour of aviation to match that of the sky. We have gone from black to blue; symbolically speaking, Airline Profits has left the black runway and has taken off towards the blue sky.

We have a new URL which is www.airlineprofits.co.network for the site in addition to the one you are used to www.airlineprofits.com; either one will take you to the new site so you can continue enjoying your reading seamlessly.

Some New Content

Some of you may have gotten used to our Airline Profits Headlines Today and Airline Profits Regional Digest when we discontinued them. Now, we are glad to announce that we are restoring that respectively via daily and weekly newsletters, which you can subscribe to at your earliest convenience.

Moreover, in addition to the daily aviation news that you have come to like, we will be posting aviation-related videos as frequently as possible.

Airline Profits Ranking (APR)

Since the introduction of the airline profitability assessment and benchmarking tool, the Airline Profits Sustainability Index (APSI), we have shared the analysis of nearly twenty different airlines from around the globe. Those reports were based on a 10-year period ending either in 2014 or 2015. The first APR, which will be released in the second quarter of 2017, will be based on airline financial results from the decade ending in 2016.


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Kofi Sonokpon

Kofi Sonokpon

Managing Editor of Airline Profits, the first aviation magazine devoted to improving airline effectiveness and profitability, Kofi Sonokpon has more than 20 years of international experience in aviation. Kofi holds an IATA sponsored Master of Business Administration (MBA) in Air Transport Management from the John Molson School of Business at Concordia University in Montreal. Kofi Sonokpon is a speaker, an airline business thought-leader, and author an innovative book series intended for the 21st century airline, namely Airlines for Business and Airlines for Technology.