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Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary, whose airline has its own problems with costs, computer systems and crew and customer satisfaction, thinks some of his rivals will inevitably disappear. We think one or the other of those are the most likely to fail this winter.
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Which one? It is not, however, the most profitable. Low-cost long-haul, on the other hand, has had a checkered record.
Meanwhile, the legacy airlines have many advantages in terms of driving revenue. There have been consistent questions about whether even glamorous Norwegian can survive. So are the dreamers or the doubters right about the future of low-cost airlines in general and Norwegian in particular?
But winter is coming, bringing fewer passengers and more financial issues. Sir Freddie Laker waving a flag at the launch of the 'Skytrain' no frills, low fare operation.
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While there is a shortage of senior pilots, fuel costs may be the real killer. And in September, Norwegian announced it was dropping transatlantic service from Edinburgh and Belfast to New York Stewart and Providence airports, as well as the only low-cost London to Singapore flight. Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin. Cash flow problems typically become unsustainable in the seasonally weak period of October to February, according to International Air Transport Association.
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The company plans to push back one bond repayment from December to November A second bond that matures in August would be delayed to February Norwegian Air will meet with bondholders on September 16 to discuss the offer. The debt rescheduling could put bondholders in a stronger position because Norwegian Air is offering to put up its take-off and landing slots at Gatwick Airport as collateral against what was previously an unsecured bond.
If the bondholders don't accept the deal, Norwegian Air may be forced to revisit the idea of selling itself to a bigger player.
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