The LCC market seems to be booming and there is a rapid expansion going on to beat other LCC carriers to a have a new destination, even to places some people have never heard of. Also the need to create hubs all over europe.
However if though its great to have a choice and cheap flights etc etc. my concern is this could backfire some day on the LCC. The LCC's are on tight profit margins and intensense pressure however like we have seen with other industries such as retail whereby rapid expansion in shops has suddenly backfired on a retail company. Whats your thoughts on getting to a peak and then there either being too much competition and only so many people to spread across the airlines or suddenly something changes in the economy which results in lower passenger numbers but the LCC's are still carrying the costs. Are they potentially setting themselves up to eventually fail?