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Air liberalization: US and UK to renew talks

The 'Heathrow Four' airlines will be hoping that the new talks will again fail to reach an agreement to open up the transatlantic route from and to Heathrow. Waiting on the sidelines are a number of operators ready and eager to eat away at their market share and profits. A gradual 'opening' of the route is likely to be the best option.

Published By Datamonitor
30 Apr 2002
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American Airlines/BA: Oneworld starts to crack

There are fears that the collapse of the BA-AA merger will also kill the Oneworld alliance that they spearhead: other carriers could well defect to alternative alliances that have the antitrust immunity Oneworld lacks. This leaves BA facing an unpleasant choice: sacrificing 224 extremely valuable Heathrow slots, or risking losing its alliance altogether.

Published By Datamonitor
18 Feb 2002
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Anglian Water: splitting to put company on right track

Published By Datamonitor
23 Nov 2000
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Asda: onto the rails

Supermarket giant Asda is making plans to supply four Scottish stores by rail, saving 800,000 lorry miles a year. If the rail industry can put its collective house in order, a growing number of customers may, like Asda, take more of their logistics services off the UK's congested roads.

Published By Datamonitor
20 Oct 2003
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Asda: the problem of the last mile

Published By Datamonitor
08 Nov 2000
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AutoLogic: accelerated by Axial

Published By Datamonitor
29 Mar 2001
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BA/KLM: a deal back on the cards

Published By Datamonitor
13 Jun 2001
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BA: flying above expectations

British Airways' strategy of focusing on profitable long-haul routes while imposing cost-cutting measures has paid off. The once-troubled airline has produced extremely positive results for the financial quarter, and is well ahead of its annualized cost saving target. Whether it's an example other EU airlines can follow, however, is another question.

Published By Datamonitor
06 Nov 2002
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Boots: outsourcing to cut costs

Boots will be outsourcing the management of one of its warehouses for the first time. The move, one of a number by the company aimed at cutting costs and concentrating upon its core business, could well signify Boots' intention to ultimately outsource its entire warehousing operation.

Published By Datamonitor
25 Apr 2003
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British Airways: AA out, maybe KLM in

British Airways continues to face many problems, of which the collapse of its alliance with American Airlines is one of the most serious. The failure to secure antitrust immunity could also damage BA and AA's Oneworld alliance. Suddenly a merger with KLM looks more promising, even though there are still plenty of obstacles in the way of that partnership.

Published By Datamonitor
29 Jan 2002

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