If there is one thing that players in the long-haul, low-cost sector agree on is there is a market for such services. But those executives disagree on what markets exactly they should serve and what aircraft they should fly. This became clear at the Paris Air Forum, an industry gathering held on the eve of the Paris Air Show, “Big routes with big aircraft will be the focus,” French Bee CEO Marc Rochet said. “You have to go into the large catchment areas,” Norwegian ...

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