Low-cost carriers are transporting 18% of the world's air traffic and continue to grow as the sector moves toward maturity in Europe and North America. The next target group is business fliers; the next step, how to connect with them. But the way is not smooth. LCCs are trying to differentiate their operations while coping with the threat of increasing regulations, according to statements made at The Institute of Economic Affairs' recent summit on budget airlines. Spurning the ...
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