Opinion

Apr 22, 2022
A zero-sum game is a situation in which one person or group can win something only by causing another person or group to lose it.
Apr 20, 2022
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has led to sanctions, airspace bans, the illegal expropriation of hundreds of leased aircraft, and the withdrawal en masse of Western companies from the Russian market.
Feb 22, 2022
At the IATA Digital, Data and Retailing Symposium in Madrid, the same concept kept appearing in many of the sessions: customer-centricity. There was a lot of talk about making it the number one priority. While that sounds great, what does it mean in practice?
Jan 26, 2022
Why has Airbus provoked one of its toughest but also most prominent airline customers with the possibly unprecedented action of unilaterally canceling a major order that the airline is presumably able to afford?
Dec 13, 2021
The airline industry is rushing to modernize the online shopping experience by moving toward new retail and distribution tech capabilities.
Dec 03, 2021
In the air transport business as with all businesses, competition crimps margins—a fact the industry curses each quarter, but people appreciate when booking flights.
Dec 02, 2021
We are approaching the 80th anniversary of the Chicago Convention, signed after what has been described as “the single most important conference of the era.”
Nov 19, 2021
Commercial aviation has made huge strides in environmental efficiency, but is the industry prepared for a shift in focus to gross emissions?