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Airways Podcast

Welcome to the Airways Podcast, the digital audio extension of one of the world's leading aviation publications, Airways (www.airwaysmag.com). Hosted by Vinay Bhaskara (@TheABVInay), Rohan Anand (@rohanaanand), the podcast is a weekly deep-dive into three or four important aviation stories or trends.
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Jul 26, 2016
Airways Sr. Business Analyst Vinay Bhaskara and Columnists Rohan Anand and Alex McIntyre do a deep dive into Q2 earnings for US airlines, discussing the following topics:
 
  • Delta’s Q2 earnings (1:05)
  • United’s Q2 earnings (8:09)
  • The parallels between United and Boeing (14:05)
  • The first official Airways Podcast bet (16:59)
    • Vinay bet Rohan that United would close it’s margin gap to Delta and American by 30% within 2 years (i.e. Q2 of 2018)
    • If Vinay wins the bet, Rohan has to fly two legs with United wearing a t-shirt that says “I love Jeff Smisek”
    • If Rohan wins the bet, Vinay has to fly 8 hours of Spirit in last row economy. 
  • Southwest’s Q2 earnings (20:05)
  • Ranting about PRASM and investor focus on the metric (21:32)
  • Alaska and Hawaiian Earnings (35:40)
  • Alaska’s new routes from Newark (37:52)
  • JetBlue Plans Re-Entry to the Atlanta Market (42:08)
  • Hawaiian’s route network shift (45:34)
  • The DOT’s daytime slots for Tokyo Haneda routes for US carriers (48:22)
  • Our weekly short takes (54:50)
Jul 14, 2016

In Episode 4 of the Airways Podcast Vinay Bhaskara, Rohan Anand and Enrique Perella recap the 2016 Farnborough International Airshow and cover key news stories like AirAsia's order for 100 Airbus A321neos, the growth of secondary airports in China, and Boeing's approach to the Middle of Market (MOM). 

 
Jul 8, 2016

In Episode 3 of the Airways Podcast Vinay Bhaskara, Rohan Anand tackle the terror attack in Istanbul, the implications of Brexit, developments from Southeast Asian carriers planning new routes to the US, changes in Brazil's rules on foreign ownership of its airlines, and Iran's potential order for Boeing airplanes.

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