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Uncertainty in Russian aviation: a case in favour of flexible HR solutions

In the last few years the aviation industry in Russia has been steadily growing. According to IATA, in 2013 local airlines carried an impressive number of more than 80 million passengers, while in Q3 2014 alone air passenger traffic in the country increased by 12%. However, as even the major players have recently started to cancel their development plans due to lowering demand and profitability issues, the majority of carriers in Russia might want to consider re-inventing their HR-related strategies in order to gain more flexibility.

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Long-haul low-cost – mission (im)possible?

The summer of 2014 might have marked a new page in the development of the global passenger air travel market. Only a few global media sources have missed out on covering the Norwegian’s latest ambition – to launch low-cost transatlantic flights from London. A similar initiative is being also considered by the Chinese Spring Airlines, while Lufthansa is also being anticipated to announce its long-haul low-cost project in the nearest future. However, yet another attempt to introduce cheap long-haul routes faces a whole set of obstacles, including the HR-related ones.

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Removing the obstacles to Chinese low-cost operations

Over the past 18 months, several newcomers have joined the Chinese low-cost carrier market after the central government in Beijing unleashed a new set of policies in an unprecedented move to boost the country’s aviation market. Incentives including a cut in airport charges and simplifying approvals provided a further boost earlier this year. But not everything in China is as choreographed as is often imagined.

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What’s eating the Latin American aviation industry?

For the past 10 years the aviation industry in Latin America has been subject to impressive growth rates. According to IATA, over the next 10 years air traffic in the region is expected to increase by an average of 7% annually, which would put Latin America on about the same growth trajectory as China. Nevertheless, currently the region is actually performing weaker than it could.

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