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PURSUING AIRLINE INVESTMENTS

THE MARCH OF THE SUPER-CARRIERS

This op-ed piece for the Financial Times warns that the recent spate of airline bankruptcies in Europe is a bad sign for travellers and governments. Fewer and ever-bigger airlines are dominating – or even monopolising – more and more routes.

By Dr. Philipp Goedeking, Frankfurt
Financial Times, October 2017

 


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This article is published in Financial Times, October 5th 2017
https://www.ft.com/content/78d64428-a9a7-11e7-ab66-21cc87a2edde

Rule-based approach must triumph

The airline industry is regulated by thousands of bilateral agreements between states, requirements for national ownership, and widespread state aid. This article analyses the consequences of such protectionism on the competitiveness of the industry and outlines rules for reform.

By Dr. Philipp Goedeking, Frankfurt
Flight Airline Business, June 2017

 

AVIATION STOCKS ARE THE NEW CINDERELLA STORY

What do you think of investing in airlines? The usual answer goes like this: Not much, because when it comes to airlines I want to buy cheap tickets, not shares. This standard joke in the industry captures investors’ mistrust in a nutshell. The Frankfurt-based consulting firm Avinomics wants to end this preconception.

By Werner Enz, Zürich
Neue Zürcher Zeitung, 06.28.2016

 

CONSULTANCY EVALUATES DATA GOING BACK 15 YEARS –
AIRLINE WITH CLEAR STRATEGIES FARE BEST

Many investors are critical about airlines. They think aviation is too cyclical and dependent on external factors like oil price and geopolitics. The Frankfurt-based consultancy Avinomics has analyzed airline stocks and their development closely. It thinks investors’ mistrust is misplaced.

By Lisa Schmelzer, Frankfurt
Börsen-Zeitung, 05.28.2016