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This Airline Looks Like Fun ... - March 15, 2010, 03:05 PM

A carrier out of South Africa. Good to see a business with a sense of humor. Too bad it's damn near impossible to make profit in the airline business.






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There's quite a few heavy discounters in S America and Asia that are making a ton of money. I don't know why US airlines are failing and they are succeeding, maybe someone else can elaborate.
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A carrier out of South Africa. Good to see a business with a sense of humor. Too bad it's damn near impossible to make profit in the airline business. .......
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It's a 2010 South Africa World Cup Publicity Stunt...


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There's quite a few heavy discounters in S America and Asia that are making a ton of money. I don't know why US airlines are failing and they are succeeding, maybe someone else can elaborate.
Most legacy carriers have been struggling around the world (US Airways, Delta, Continental, British Airways, Iberia, TAM, Varig, ect...). The low cost carriers (LCCs) and the internet have changed the business. Plenty of cheap no thrills tickets out there that are easy to find on sites like travelocity, kayak, and such. Southwest, Airtran, RyanAir, and the Easyjet type operations have brought a low cost (and some may argue better product and business plan) to a market where the majority of travels no longer fly in suits or have allegiances to certain airlines and travel rewards programs.


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