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  • Why Do Europe’s Airlines Keep Dying Off?
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    Why Do Europe’s Airlines Keep Dying Off?

    The long tail of European airlines has gotten considerably shorter in the last few weeks due to the financial struggles of a number of small carriers. Since the start of September, Aigle Azur, XL Airways, Adria Airways, and Thomas Cook have either gone out of business or stopped flying, in a sign that market conditions […]

  • Air France May Play a Part Rescuing Country’s No. 2 Airline
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    Air France May Play a Part Rescuing Country’s No. 2 Airline

    Air France is considering buying parts of Aigle Azur, France’s second largest carrier, which filed for bankruptcy earlier this week. “We’re looking at it, it’s a very complex situation,” Air France CEO Anne Rigail said on Thursday at the World Aviation Festival in London. Air France’s interest is likely to revolve around slots at Paris’s […]

  • Why Europe’s Short-Haul Aviation Market Is in Flux
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    Why Europe’s Short-Haul Aviation Market Is in Flux

    Flying within Europe was once a pretty expensive affair. National flag carriers enjoyed route monopolies and could charge whatever they wanted — that is, until the European Union created a single market leading to a boom in low-cost carriers. Not only was it cheaper to travel but there were now more places to travel to. […]

  • Air France-KLM Hints at Further Fleet Changes After Sealing Union Deal
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    Air France-KLM Hints at Further Fleet Changes After Sealing Union Deal

    Air France will explore the use of narrow-body aircraft on midrange routes after sealing a new deal with its largest pilot union. Pilots unions typically negotiate what are called “scope clauses” that dictate the size of jets a pilot can fly. The airline had previously been unable to use smaller jets on routes more than […]The post Air France-KLM Hints at Further Fleet Changes After Sealing Union Deal appeared first on Skift.