oneclick, administrator/ August 16, 2018 4:29 pm 253 Views
As I mentioned in my last article about how the count of passengers going to get increase coming years and listed few reasons, the article is a continuation of how low-cost model helped airlines. Those who missed having a look at my earlier blog please check here.
One of the biggest recent changes in aviation has been the rise of low-cost carriers; budget carriers characterized by lower fares and fewer add-ons than those offered by best heritage carriers. Often, travelers booking with low-cost carriers provide the experience with full-service airlines such as complimentary meals, loyalty programs and the option of tiered seating classes.
Low-cost carriers (LCC) have become a popular alternative to traditional scheduled airlines over the last two decades. The low-cost model focuses on business and operational practices that reduce airline costs. That means using secondary airports (with lower taxes), offering no frills on the flight and charging for services like seat reservation and checked-in baggage.
Features of low-cost carriers
Source by Eurocontrol int
While full-service airlines are struggling to boost profits, how are low-cost carriers meeting demand and increasing profit while maintaining the lowest fare prices possible? Here are seven popular practices of low-cost carriers.