This Week on BNET (March 16 – 20)

Hawaiian Still Having Major On-Time Problems
On the surface, Hawaiian appears to be doing well in the world of on-time performance, but when you dig down, you see that’s not the case.

News and Notes from Continental’s 10-K
Digging through Continental’s 10-K, there is plenty to talk about including all kinds of fun notes about the fleet, distribution channels, and more.

More On Premium Traffic’s Steep Decline
The IATA Premium Traffic Monitor is out, and will it surprise you to hear that things keep getting worse? I thought not.

JetBlue Launches Smart Campaign to Become the Airline for Bigwigs
JetBlue has put out a hilarious couple of spots supporting its campaign to be the replacement for the CEOs corporate jet.

Continental Reports “Significant” Yield Degradation, US Airways Doesn’t
The news from Continental is ugly this March, and it’s enough to scare anyone. But US Airways isn’t feeling the pinch nearly as much.

Branson Announces Fourth Destination, Still Short of Plan
Sun Country has recently announced service from the new Branson Airport to both Minneapolis and Dallas. It’s good news for the airport, but they still need more.

Virgin America’s Ownership Question
I thought this would be a good time to dive deeper into Virgin America’s ownership issues. What exactly is going on and how will it turn out?


One Response to This Week on BNET (March 16 – 20)

  1. Martin says:

    Good review of the Continental 10-k, and it prompted me to take a look at the original document. Even though they mentioned 11% increase in direct online ticket sales, and 26% of passenger revenue coming from the website, I couldn’t see total number of pax booking via the website – obviously a much higher number than 26% given their comments regarding internet being a low yield channel.

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