Bell, Michael; Lindenau, Thierry
May 2009
Airline Business;May2009, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p70
Trade Publication
The article examines the challenges faced by low-cost airline chief executives and how they are responding to such challenges. According to budget airline leaders, their worries include volatile fuel prices, credit card processor holdbacks and capital scarcity. The extension into long-haul flying by low-coast airlines has led towards their adoption of more mainstream models.


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