Articles tagged “Low Cost Airlines”

Why Scandinavia’s SAS Is Creating a New Airline With the Same Name in Ireland

Why Scandinavia’s SAS Is Creating a New Airline With the Same Name in Ireland

Brian Sumers, Skift

To the average flyer this makes little sense. Why would a Scandinavian airline build a new airline with the same name in Ireland? But many consumers expect to pay 30 or 35 Euros to fly from Copenhagen to London. If an airline is going to offer those prices, it needs to control costs.

1 week ago

Wizz Air Takes Fight to Legacy Carriers With Aggressive Expansion

Wizz Air Takes Fight to Legacy Carriers With Aggressive Expansion

Benjamin Katz, Bloomberg

Wizz Air is doing in eastern Europe, what Ryanair and EasyJet have done in the west. Legacy flag carriers, especially those not part of bigger groups, just find it too hard to compete.

4 weeks ago

5 Essential Questions About IAG’s New Transatlantic Low-Cost Airline

5 Essential Questions About IAG’s New Transatlantic Low-Cost Airline

Brian Sumers, Skift

Is Level a legitimate attempt by International Airlines Group to build a long-haul, low-cost carrier? Or is it a "fighting brand" designed to make Norwegian Air's expansion more challenging? Time will tell.

3 months ago

Skift Podcast: Why Flights Are So Cheap (And You Might Hate Yours)

Skift Podcast: Why Flights Are So Cheap (And You Might Hate Yours)

Hannah Sampson, Skift

Our experts weigh in on why you should think twice before booking the very cheapest airfare these days.

3 months ago