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 16 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 Jul 29, 2015

US airlines’ 2Q earnings roundup

US airlines continue to control costs and prudently manage capacity....More
in AirKarp Jul 23, 2015

Southwest rethinks old assumptions

The airline is questioning its old assumptions about fuel hedging and ROIC goals....More
in AirKarp Jul 15, 2015

US can’t require airlines to be forthcoming, then penalize transparency

Delta CEO Richard Anderson: 'We’re required to file huge amounts of data with the government.'....More
in AirKarp Jul 02, 2015

What’s DOJ looking for in the airline collusion investigation?

Can a case be made that major US airline executives' public comments on capacity discipline were improper “signals” to each other?....More
in AirKarp Jun 30, 2015

Emirates’ Tim Clark: Subsidy dispute is destabilizing global airline industry

Clark says the very public dispute between the “Big Three” US airlines and the “Big Three” Gulf airlines has “been damaging to the aviation industry.”....More
in AirKarp Jun 16, 2015

Paris Air Show 2015

CSeries flying, production execution, 757 replacement are among the themes at Le Bourget....More
in AirKarp Jun 12, 2015

What’s the deal with EPA’s aircraft emissions ruling?

Former EPA administrator Lisa Jackson: “Once you know you have a pollutant and you know it’s endangering public welfare, then EPA must act.”....More
in AirKarp May 19, 2015

No simple solution to MRJ90’s scope clause problem

Delivery date and seat capacity are problematic for the MRJ70 in terms of appealing to US airlines....More
in AirKarp Apr 30, 2015

Foxx ‘open’ to FAA restructuring

Count US transportation secretary Anthony Foxx among those willing to have an open mind on removing ATC from FAA....More
in AirKarp Apr 10, 2015

Airline profits in perspective

IATA predicts that US and Canadian airlines will earn a collective net profit of $13.2 billion in 2015....More

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