Aaron Karp

Senior Editor, Air Transport World

Aaron Karp has been an Air Transport World senior editor since April 2006. He has covered commercial aviation for over 13 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 11, 2012

Big score for Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp.

The relief was palpable on the faces of Mitsubishi Aircraft Corp. (MITAC) president Hideo Egawa and executive VP Masao Yamagami as they told a packed....More
in AirKarp Jul 09, 2012

London's other air show

Monday was the first day of the Farnborough Airshow, and the aviation world's attention was squarely focused on the bustling, famous site south of....More
in AirKarp May 10, 2012

Fuel, fuel, fuel

There is one topic, above all others, currently on the minds of everyone in the commercial aviation business—from passenger airlines to cargo....More
in AirKarp Apr 24, 2012

Lessons learned from US Airways' failed bid for Delta color American merger attempt

US Airways (US) chairman and CEO Doug Parker last week wrote to company employees explaining US's deal with American Airlines' (AA) three largest....More
in AirKarp Apr 04, 2012

Despite FAA reauthorization, NextGen questions persist

A group of aeropolitical heavyweights gathered in Washington Wednesday to discuss the US's continuing, and often slow, effort to transition to a....More
in AirKarp Mar 22, 2012

Consolidation's impact on US airline market

How has US airlines' consolidation push of recent years changed the makeup of the world's largest air transport market? Not nearly as much as one....More
in AirKarp Mar 12, 2012

US airlines expected to contend with sluggish yield growth for years to come

US airlines are being lauded for a disciplined approach to capacity that has contributed to an upswing in yields, but the good times aren't expected....More
in AirKarp Mar 08, 2012

FAA's changing '1 billion passengers' forecast

If you were at FAA's annual Aviation Forecast Conference in 2001, you would have been told that US airlines would pass the magic mark of 1 billion....More
in AirKarp Feb 29, 2012

US airline stocks 'took a beating' in 2011

Airlines for America (A4A) chief economist John Heimlich is taking little comfort from the fact that US airlines were profitable for the second....More
in AirKarp Feb 28, 2012

Should Kingfisher be saved?

While Kingfisher Airlines founder and chairman Vijay Mallya is "working tirelessly" to find new funding to rescue the seven-year-old carrier from....More

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