A sudden suspension of flights by Hong Kong Oasis Airlines may point to an upper limit on service levels for long-haul non-network carriers. As such airlines proliferate, with service ranging from sardine-style economy to all-business class, the failure of the Hong Kong company after 17 months shows that mixing streamlined non-network operations with full-service cabins, especially business class, is a tough strategy. Oasis had a service standard like that of many regular network ...

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