Entries tagged as Interviews/Features
Tue, 14. July 2009
Korean Air CEO Cho Yang-ho was recently interviewed by Airline Business. In this interview, he discusses how Korean Air is adapting to the weak won, continuing to expand and order new aircraft, returning to the Asian value of long-term vision, and above all, not panicking.
Mon, 6. July 2009
Orient Aviation recently interviewed Thai Airways International Chairman Wallop Bhukkanasut about turning the airline around after its first annual loss in over four decades. Wallop, son of one of Thai's founders, discussed the problems of government ownership and oversight, the cost of last year's protests, fleet renewal, and other issues. You can read the article here.
Sun, 17. May 2009
Cathay Pacific Airways CEO Tony Tyler was recently interviewed by Airline Business, sharing his personal background and his thoughts on and experience with structural changes in the Asian airline industry.
The CEO of three of the four Virgin interviews were interviewed simultaneously in Los Angeles a few weeks ago by Airline Business. Read what Steve Ridgway (Virgin Atlantic), Brett Godfrey (Virgin Blue), and David Cush (Virgin America) had to say on what makes the Virgin brand successful, how their respective airlines aren't actually that different, and most interestingly, what sort of future cooperation they are planning.
Tue, 21. April 2009
Virgin Atlantic Airways was also featured in last month's issue of Air Transport World. This article discusses several topics, including the airline's possible future with Lufthansa and bmi; the growth of its premium economy product; the airline's leisure markets from London Gatwick, Manchester, and Glasgow; and the future 787 and A380 deliveries.
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