Etihad’s Push for Profitability

March 18, 2018 Parker Davis

Once upon a time, Etihad Airways, for many, was the epitome of luxury in air travel. For many, they still are. With the Residence – a true three-room apartment in the skies – sitting in

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A Big Step Back for Qatar Airways

March 11, 2018 Parker Davis

Qatar Airways announced on Wednesday they would report a “very large loss” for the current fiscal year as a result of a blockade placed on the nation by various other Middle East nations last June.


Part One: An Introduction to Airline Fuel Hedging

September 2, 2017 Hemal Gosai

While news organizations often announce airlines’ financial results, it quickly becomes difficult to further dissect and understand the major cost drivers, particularly related to fuel. This is the first part of a two-part series explaining