Aaron Karp

Senior Editor, Air Transport World

Aaron Karp has been a senior editor at Air Transport World since April 2006. He has covered commercial aviation for over 14 years, previously serving as editor of World Airport Week, reporter for Flight International/Air Transport Intelligence and managing editor of Air Cargo World. He has covered numerous aviation conferences and events throughout the world, including the Paris, Farnborough and Singapore air shows. He was the recipient of the 2007 Aerospace Journalist of the Year award for best maintenance submission.

Posts by Aaron Karp

in AirKarp Nov 25, 2014

American’s Envoy problem

Both American management and Envoy’s ALPA leadership admit that pilots are fleeing Envoy....More
in AirKarp Nov 05, 2014

Ben Baldanza can’t curb his enthusiasm

Spirit has two things going for it: 1) there appears to be ample room to grow in the US ULCC sector & 2) Spirit is basically unopposed in that sector....More
in AirKarp Oct 20, 2014

More thoughts on Norwegian

The airline industry is generally reluctant to celebrate change until it knows for sure whether that change is going to be successful....More
in AirKarp Oct 08, 2014

Norwegian challenging legacy notions on transatlantic airfares

“Why should it cost twice as much to fly from New York to Europe than from New York to Seattle?”....More
in AirKarp Sep 23, 2014

Gulf airlines take on ‘subsidy’ claim

“Government support comes in many ways,” Emirates president Tim Clark says....More
in AirKarp Sep 15, 2014

FAA reauthorization on the horizon

The last FAA reauthorization was an embarrassing saga of epic Washington dysfunction....More
in AirKarp Aug 21, 2014

Bombardier changes the messenger, but CSeries sales struggles to be a hard fix

Bombardier’s latest move is replacing Philippe Poutissou, the company’s longtime head of commercial aircraft marketing....More
in AirKarp Jul 30, 2014

WestJet’s evolution: 767s, Encore, etc.

The low-cost carrier is not standing pat....More
in AirKarp Jul 24, 2014

Triple 777 disasters

In the space of just 377 days, three 777s and 540 lives were lost in three of the most bizarre airline crashes ever....More
in AirKarp Jul 16, 2014

Farnborough Airshow: Re-engining trend gains momentum

Rolls-Royce president-civil large engines Eric Schulz: “The re-engine has become an important element of the future [airline] business.”....More

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