With the increased range capability of the next-generation single-aisle families, more and more airlines have been looking at operations of single-aisle jets on transatlantic routes. Long-haul low-cost operations have become more popular in recent years, but it is not a business activity that goes without risk for the operator. That this isn’t without risk is shown by an airline - one with unfilled orders with Boeing  and Airbus  - going into bankruptcy administration. In this report, we look at . . .

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