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.
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.
Staking the middle ground between full-service and ultra-discount carriers is tough.
You won't believe how much carriers raked in last year. 'We have every fee known to man,' one fare-tracking expert says.
The carrier is loved by its passengers, but its investors aren't so happy.
Is an airline a utility or a service? The ones who act like a utility have more financial success.
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