The fight for Global Markets – Is three the magic number?
Posted: 28 April 2015 | OAG
Read this report which provides a detailed analysis on the uncertain international growth picture facing U.S. airlines today…
Have airline alliances run their course and will they survive?
“The global aviation outlook is transforming and there have to be changes to the business structure, the key players and shape of the industry. Alliances are not a long-term solution – they are a fixed solution that have run their course for many circumstances.” John Grant, OAG
With the top U.S. and Gulf airline carriers continuing to debate unfair competition, government subsidies and open skies agreements, OAG has released a new research report, “The Fight for Global Markets: Is three the magic number?” that investigates the underlining market dynamics causing a ripple effect across the international airline industry.
The report provides detailed analysis on the uncertain international growth picture facing U.S. airlines today, the current open skies and fair market argument, the growth and decline of regional aviation markets and the evolving roles of low cost carriers and airline alliance programs.
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