The Feasibility of Long-Haul Low-Cost Operations

09.12.2015

In the past academics doubted the feasibility of long-haul low-cost operations. However, the expansion of carriers such as Norwegian and AirAsiaX proves that there is scope for such operations. Airneth organizes a seminar on the feasibility of long-haul low-cost operations on Wednesday 9 December.

Questions to be addressed during this seminar are: (1) to what extent can the low-cost business model be transferred into a long-haul model, (2) will developments in aircraft technology and labour markets enhance the scope for long-haul low-cost operations, (3) to what extent is there scope for such operations from the Netherlands and (4) how will this affect the competitive position of Schiphol Airport?

Confirmed speakers are:

  • Prof. Sveinn Gudmundsson, Toulouse Business School
  • Hanna Schaal and Bogdan Delicostea, PROLOGIS
  • Jeroen Erdman, Transavia


Date
Wednesday 9 December, 13:30 – 16:30 hrs. Drinks will be served afterwards.

Location

Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment, room F-1.38, Plesmanweg 1-6, 2597 JG The Hague

Target audience

Scientists, researchers and economists, policy makers and representatives from the airline industry. Please note that there is a waiting list for students.

Language

English

Registration 

Please register for this seminar by sending an email to info@airneth.com stating your name, email address and profession. Participation is free of charge.


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