Market Share of U.S. Airline Industry 2018: Chart

Four major airlines account for 81% of the domestic capacity in the US. These airlines are Delta(DAL), American(AAL), United (UAL) and Southwest(LUV). The rest of the market is shared by a few discount carriers. The market share of the US airline industry is shown in the chart below: Click to enlarge Source: How Will Airports …

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Why Do US Airlines Treat Most Passengers With Contempt?

 “Competition is a sin.” – John D. Rockefeller, American industrialist and philanthropist The recent atrocious behavior of United Airlines treating a fare-paying passenger has shocked Americans and others like.Millions of people are learning that as a passenger their rights are limited. All the millions of regulations and laws won’t help them even if they are dragged like a …

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The Best and Worst International Airlines: Chart

The Economist’s 1843 magazine published an article ranking international airlines. According to the report, the best airlines based on user rankings are Singapore Airline(SINGY) and All Nippon Airlines. The chart below shows the best and worst airlines: Click to enlarge Source: Come Fly with Me, 1843, The Economist Group Among the US airlines. Delta(DAL) earned …

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Quick Post: A Note On Latin American Airlines

Airlines generally tend to perform well when the economy where they are based at is in expansion mode. This has been the case with Latin American airlines. Latin American carriers have performed poorly recently due to the adverse economic conditions in countries like Brazil, Chile, Colombia, etc. Panama-based Copa Holdings SA (CPA) which operates Copa Airlines is …

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