This analysis is a follow-up to the study done by Boyd Group International immediately after the announcement of the Southwest acquisition of AirTran.
Compiled independently, the prognosis is clear: Atlanta will experience a traffic decline as a result of this merger. The simple reason is that Southwest is a well-managed company, but its operating system simply cannot take advantage of all of the revenue flows inherited from AirTran.
Again, a study that questions what "everybody knows" using hard data from Aviation DataMiner, and analysis from the professionals at Boyd Group International. Click here to download the forecasts that other consultants will be parroting six months from now: http://www.aviationplanning.com/Boyd%20Group%20WN%20FL%20Merger%20Review.pdf
CEO Kelly speaks at Boyd Group International aviation conference
Southwest Airlines continued its gradual integration of AirTran flights this week, announcing it has taken over service to several cities that had been served by AirTran up until Sunday.
Blue Grass Airport Prepares to Welcome Aviation Leaders for the 14th Annual Boyd Group Aviation Forecast Conference
LEXINGTON, Ky., Sept. 4 /PRNewswire/ -- Blue Grass Airport and the Lexington Convention and Visitors Bureau will soon welcome aviation leaders from across the country to Lexington, Kentucky for the...
AirTran managers are doggedly pursuing what would be the first hostile takeover among low-cost carriers