The low-cost model has revolutionized the short-haul market over the last 30 years. Airlines in the sector have reached a share of 50% in some markets, and many of the model’s features have also migrated into legacy carrier strategies. However, due to a combination of factors, low-cost has not yet reached its breakthrough in the long-haul segment. Will the advent of narrowbody aircraft capable of flying 8-9-hr. missions finally change that? Based on the early sales success of the ...

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