Luxury Asian and Middle Eastern carriers offer passengers classy travel, but they fall far short when it comes to the bottom line.
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Crafting the right apology to an angry customer has become an art form, and carriers work harder at it than just about anyone.
Geopolitical unrest and broader-market pressures are taking their toll on the industry.
The carrier spent 43 years trying to conquer the US market. Today it moves on to the rest of the world.
Carriers say the hulking plane is too big for their networks. But proponents say the jet will help retain first-class customers.
It's borrowed the name of a low-cost carrier popular in the 1980s and will begin service with just 4 round-trip daily flights.
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