Tag: competition

Do We Still Have Competition in Aircraft Manufacturing?

Reading Time: 3 minutes Air travel today is down to a very exact science. When airlines are building their fleets, they have a multitude of factors to consider when carefully selecting which aircraft will best help them accomplish their desired mission. Passenger volume and route distance will dictate if the airlines need a narrow-body or wide-body but when it […]

Air New Zealand Reports Decline In Full Year Profit

Reading Time: 2 minutes Air New Zealand says it is optimistic about the year ahead as the competitive environment eases after reporting a 17.5 per cent decline in full year profit in 2016/17 as it battled the arrival of new entrants into its home market. Net profit for the 12 months to June 30 2017 came in at NZ$382 […]

Global Expansion Through Business Acquisition In Aviation: The Better Way?

Reading Time: 2 minutes To increase geographical presence, decrease competition, accelerate expansion – just a few reasons why companies choose business acquisition as an inorganic mode of expansion. With yearly worth of worldwide mergers and acquisitions topping €41 billion it’s only natural that increasing number of deals has been recorded and anticipated in the aviation industry as well. With […]

ANA Unveils Special Livery For Its New A380 Fleet

Reading Time: 1 minute All Nippon Airways (ANA) revealed a special livery for the A380. The livery was selected from over 2,000 submissions received in an open competition organised by the carrier. The winning design will be painted on the airline’s first new A380, which will be delivered early in 2019. ANA will operate the aircraft on its most […]