What’s set to happen in the market for passenger planes tells us a lot about the inflation dynamics over the coming years. Buckle up
By: Claire Jones
A 2018 EU directive that forced tour operators to honour refunds within 14 days has inadvertently turned them into undercapitalised banks.
By: Izabella Kaminska
US airlines deserve a bailout, but we deserve more transparency on pricing.
By: Guest writer
Failure to engage in all-out greenwashing is welcome.
Will a swear jar approach to combating climate change stop me flying, or just make me feel better?
An outfit called Affinity Capital Exchange thinks they can and is pitching airlines to use their points as would-be collateral.
By: Josh Spero and Nicole Bullock
Technology comes at a cost; the trouble is who pays for it.
Technology is not just a cost-saving panacea.
By: Jemima Kelly in Reykjavik
Extradition hearings have begun…
By: David Keohane
Market prices imply airlines won’t maintain their profitability without sadistic measures to tamp down costs.
By: Matthew C Klein
The more we force the financial system to square itself perfectly, the more we put pressure on the real-economy to oversell stock.