It’s the first full week of November, so let’s take a look back at the most popular stories from last month’s The Blue Swan Daily EMEA newsletters…
#10 – Norway reviews air passenger tax, but it could be too little too late to stop Widerøe from suspending routes
#9 – There’s another proposal for a second Madrid airport, but what’s so different this time? Quite a lot, it appears!
#8 – Cyprus and Morocco are Ryanair’s stand out winter growth markets alongside its new Ukraine and Jordan operations
#7 – Europe beware! Half of Brits are less likely to holiday in Europe after the UK leaves the EU
#6 – ‘301 airline failures’ and counting… but the industry has learnt to quickly recover
#5 – Wizz Air new baggage policy will help ‘ease’ the boarding process for passengers, says airline, but is it simply all about the money?
#4 – Low Cost Long Haul becomes ‘an inevitable fixture’, the ‘party’s over’ in terms of interest rates, ‘loyalty is the key in corporate travel’ and ‘connecting the unconnected’ – insights from CAPA Low Cost Long Haul Global Summit
#3 – Could the tap run dry at Montijo? Portuguese national carrier declines to use Lisbon’s new airport, when it is built
#2 – IAG home helps to keep low cost brand on the straight and level
#1 – Primera Air blames ‘several unforeseen misfortunate events’ for its collapse, but did it take a risk too many in entering the competitive trans-Atlantic market?