bx737 wrote:The only problem is that Norwegian will have to prove they were libeled in a court, thus all of their financial records would have to be available to Ryanair in order that Ryanair could defend themselves. Norwegian would have to prove beyond all reasonable doubt that they were not in danger of collapse in order to prove that they were libeled. It will be interesting to see if they do attempt to sue for libel.
aemoreira1981 wrote:Ryanair really wants to expand the Buzz airline. I see Ryanair making a major bid for the short-haul operation (and Gatwick slots) should that happen, which could also be used to re-fleet Lauda with B738s instead of A320s for fleet commonality. This would also permit Ryanair to take on British Airways head-on at Gatwick, similar to how Ryanair is at Frankfurt's main airport now.
winginit wrote:enilria wrote:Of course talking down Norwegian benefits RyanAir, but I think we all know Norwegian is in some trouble. I’d be interested in knowing if they will get a compensation check from Boeing on the MAX?
Even if they were to get a compensation check from Boeing regarding the MAX, they'd be last in line no? If you're Boeing, and everyone is throwing litigation at you, are you going to pay the airline that's increasingly on the cusp of insolvency before those whose relationships you need to maintain to ensure future orders? Of course not. You'll pay WN and AA and UA and the like and then maybe you'll get around to Norwegian before they go bust.
Norwegian will inevitably collapse - they're now firmly on the AirBerlin / Jet Airways track - it's only a matter of time.gatibosgru wrote:Wishful thinking
State your claim - will Norwegian exist in 2021? I'll bet no.
mr02 wrote:Isn't Norwegian's intra-european routes profitable?
Mboyle1988 wrote:MIflyer12 wrote:aviationaware wrote:He’s right, but in the meantime he is exposing himself to a big fat lawsuit there as well.
In what jurisdiction, under what law?
UK has really awful libel laws. No such thing as free speech across the pond...
Blueknows wrote:When the interline agreement with B6 kicks in spring /summer 2020.
Blueknows wrote:Watch DY pivot next year. When the interline agreement with B6 kicks in spring /summer 2020. DY is already in process of mirroring B6 model. They are adding WiFi and plane transition. Don’t forget they also have a leasing arm of the business. You’ll see that grow very well in 2020.
Someone83 wrote:Blueknows wrote:When the interline agreement with B6 kicks in spring /summer 2020.
Unless they change their TATL schedule, the JetBlue interline currently isn't that useful. LGW and AMS, yes, but the rest, not so much
Still, it isn't even implemented yet
Blueknows wrote:Don’t forget they also have a leasing arm of the business. You’ll see that grow very well in 2020.
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