Will Singapore Airlines Shrink Into A Regional Carrier?

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    The airline industry has been shaken up a lot in the past decade or so. While the industry as a whole isn't historically especially profitable (especially when you consider the amount of capital investment required to run an airline), there have been two trends that have really shaken up the industry: -- The emergence of the "big three" Middle Eastern carriers, which have really started to compete globally, by offering one stop service between all kinds of city pairs outside their "region." They've stolen significant market share from the network/national carriers. -- The continued growth of low cost carriers, which have taken up a lot of shorthaul market share, and in some cases, even longhaul market share. They've driven down fares and decreased yields for the network/national carriers. The post Will Singapore Airlines Shrink Into A Regional Carrier? appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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