Airlines are increasingly becoming data analytics companies that want to use data for a deeper understanding of their markets. Delivering opening remarks at the Routes Europe conference in Hannover April 8, ASM managing director David Stroud said European airlines and airports were experiencing headwinds, with some smaller airlines failing, air traffic management issues, and uncertainty generated by Brexit. Nevertheless, the European airline market remained “very vibrant” with ...

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