As LATAM prepares to consciously uncouple from American, the discussion has centered around what American can do to shore up its already-solid Latin American network. In the vision I laid out recently, the least controversial piece was that American should use Gol (an airline that was unconsciously uncoupled … Read the post
Last week I wrote about how American’s loss of LATAM as a partner wasn’t necessarily a problem from a commercial point-of-view but rather from a strategic and management point-of-view. Today, I’m going to dive deeper into the network to show exactly what I meant. It’s story time, but instead of … Read the post
There has been a lot of change in the Latin American air travel market over the last few years with major shuffling of airlines in Brazil, blockbuster mergers, and shifting alliances. But there’s one airline that’s flown a little under the radar… Panama’s Copa. This airline is one of … Read the post
Quick – where’s the last place you’d want to be stuck? Looks like some COPA passengers lived every 19 year old’s worst nightmare by being trapped in Tijuana for several hours against their will.
A COPA flight from Panama City to Los Angeles apparently used more fuel than it thought … Read the post