Emergency landing: how airlines can recover from a PR disaster


















Emergency landing: how airlines can recover from a PR disaster
British Airways' value nosedived after its IT meltdown, but other airlines have survived worse crises. Here's how to restore public confidence.
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Airlines, Stock Splits and Voting
“Fifteen years ago, airlines competed with each other over who could buy the most planes or have the most routes,” said Jamie Baker, a top airline ...
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Sri Lankan Airlines expands India operations
Focusing on India as a special market, Sri Lankan Airlines is ready to start its services to three new destinations, besides launching additional ...
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Airlines revive small-town connections
Low-cost airlines and full service carriers may get an edge as the ministry of civil aviation, at a regional connectivity scheme (RCS) meeting held in ...
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Indigo Airlines moves NGT against ban on in-flight disinfectant fumigation
Indigo Airlines has moved the National Green Tribunal against its order banning spray of disinfectants in aircraft while passengers are on board.
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Inhuman conditions on US airlines driven by Wall Street pressure
The global airline industry has seen a profit bonanza the past five years as air carriers have sought to profit from the “ultra-low-fare revolution.”.
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