Can an "airline-style business that happens to use buses" change the industry? Perhaps it is better than every airline wanting to transition to being a e-commerce giant that also sells travel. But there are also many challenges with this concept.
Hawaiian and JAL had grand plans to coordinate their operations between Asia and Hawaii. The US DoT has other ideas. The ATI application was denied this week, citing insufficient benefit to passengers.
The battle between Airbus and Boeing, staged in the legal framework of the World Trade Organization, may not be sexy but there are billions of dollars at stake. And now it is spilling over into other products as well. Trade wars are rarely pretty and this one shows no sign of changing that trend.
There is rarely a single cause to an accident. For Boeing and Ethiopian Airlines the 737MAX crash proved polarizing, with plenty of blame scattered about. And now this additional bit of data that further clouds the issue.