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Google No Longer The Dark Horse

Google is no longer the dark horse but one of the key players fighting for consumers attention against Priceline and Expedia. It came as no surprise that once Google had started its quest into travel it would be an unstoppable force. With Google already having the e-commerce and marketing platforms built in the search engine, it will be really exciting to see how Google will gain more popularity and develop its travel products.

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A client visit to remember

We are very pleased to be partnering Ravn Alaska to assist them with the commercial turn around project, the result of an exciting private equity buy-out.

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IATA PASSENGER & FREIGHT DEMAND UPDATE - Another Strong Year for Airline Profits in 2017

Geneva - The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced that it expects the global airline industry to make a net profit in 2017 of $29.8 billion. On forecast total revenues of $736 billion, that represents a 4.1% net profit margin. This will be the third consecutive year (and the third year in the industry’s history) in which airlines will make a return on invested capital (7.9%) which is above the weighted average cost of capital (6.9%).

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Ryanair founder says Latin America is focus for next 20 years

Declan Ryan, co-founder of successful Irish low-cost airline Ryanair, has reached a deal to sell his company Irelandia Aviations 49 per cent stake in budget Mexican carrier VivaAerobus to majority stakeholder IAMSA, in order to focus on expansion in central and South America. Speaking by telephone from Panama, where he was assessing the market, Mr. Ryan said the deal for IAMSA to take full control of the Mexican carrier was awaiting regulatory approval. He declined to discuss financial details. But a newspaper report in recent weeks suggested Irelandia would sell the stake for some $250m, five times its initial investment, writes Jude Webber in Mexico City

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Chinese Buyers Push Into Global Plane-Leasing Market

China is eagerly pushing into the big business of buying planes to lease to airlines as the country's travelers go abroad.

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Aviation News- June

Brussels Attacks Disrupt European Traffic Dublin - The International Air Transport Association (IATA) announced global passenger traffic data for April showing that demand (measured in total revenue passenger kilometers or RPKs) rose by 4.6%--the slowest pace since January 2015

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Embracing Data Science - Airlines

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Thank you to everyone who offered their amazing charitable suggestions. We have been overwhelmed with the number of responses and we have therefore decided to donate to two charities.

Google No Longer The Dark Horse

Google is no longer the dark horse but one of the key players fighting for consumers attention against Priceline and Expedia. It came as no surprise that once Google had started its quest into travel it would be an unstoppable force. With Google already having the e-commerce and marketing platforms built in the search engine, it will be really exciting to see how Google will gain more popularity and develop its travel products.