a Wall Street bond insurance company the airline
hired to repay the bonds in the event of bankruptcy.
regulators recently granted the airline
the ability to reduce its reserve fuel on trans-Atlantic flights to 5 percent from 10 percent.
Power and Associates of "factors showing overall satisfaction among air travelers," consumers rated frequent flier programs at the bottom of the heap, tied with airline
According to Stempler: "To make the list of the world's safest small airlines
, the airline
had to meet the following criteria: operated between 250,000 and 600,000 flights during the 10-year period ending Dec.
industry isn't like the restaurant business.
is a rapidly expanding airline
US carriers, battered by low-cost competition at home, have sought out growth on lucrative international routes, and China's economic expansion presents a strong opportunity for airlines
with service there.
also serves Denver, which would be a popular destination for Antelope Valley's aerospace companies.
Driving home the message that Mullin meant business, the same day of his speech Delta closed an estimated US$50 million deal to buy a 35% stake in Peru's troubled airline
Aeroperu--the first equity alliance between a global carrier and Latin airline
in more than a decade.
2) Bad decisions by airline
suppliers in airline
Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings in authorizing long-term losing airline
If you are looking to come into this business today as a new carrier, you're out of your mind," says George James, president of Airline
Economics, a Washington-based consulting firm.
With the implementation of Sabre Airline
Solutions' passenger reservations and departure control systems, the SabreSonic Passenger Solutions, Kingfisher Airlines
will be able to manage its reservations, pricing, ticketing and reporting efficiently.