Aaron Karp

Editor in Chief, Aviation Daily

Aaron Karp is the Editor in Chief of Aviation Daily, a sister publication of Air Transport World. He joined Air Transport World as a senior editor in April 2006. He has covered commercial aviation since May 1999.

Posts by Aaron Karp

in AirKarp May 21, 2018

Was Doug Parker’s $5 billion ‘average’ earnings prediction a mistake?

American’s first two annual financial results following Parker’s $3 billion-$7 billion assertion will end up at the low end of the range....More
in AirKarp May 02, 2018

WestJet CEO: ‘This is not Norwegian’

Canada's second largest airline plans a long-haul product with a 'mainline' feel....More
in AirKarp Apr 05, 2018

Southwest builds its own kind of international network

Cutting out three hours of travel and eliminating a connection is a real selling point....More
in AirKarp Feb 20, 2018

The Seinfeld explanation for sluggish airline stocks

Can the airline industry ever overcome the perception that airlines are a bad investment?....More
in AirKarp Dec 19, 2017

Best laid plans…

Delta did everything right after its August 2016 system crash, but that didn't matter when ATL went dark....More
in AirKarp Dec 11, 2017

Should movie theaters disclose popcorn prices ‘up front’?

With DOT dropping proposed rules that would have required airlines to disclose bag fees 'up front,' there is a lot of finger wagging about 'hidden'....More
in AirKarp Dec 07, 2017

NAFTA Airlines

A Delta-WestJet tie-up could lead to the creation of a de facto trans-North American airline....More
in AirKarp Nov 22, 2017

Will lie-flat seats become standard on US transcon flights?

Delta has just added lie-flat seats on at least one daily flight on six more domestic routes....More
in AirKarp Nov 16, 2017

Alaska’s Cuba pullout signals death of US-Cuba air transport market

Alaska’s Los Angeles-Havana daily flight was a good litmus test for the viability of the US-Cuba market....More
in AirKarp Nov 08, 2017

Surveying the US mainline passenger airline landscape

Consolidation has whittled the US passenger airline business into 11 mainline carriers....More

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