My Opinion

Steve Gunning Chief executive officer of IAG Cargo says:

“It will be interesting to see if that in any way discourages capacity discipline, and whether aircraft that are no longer fuel efficient are kept flying for a bit longer.
“In some ways, I think that the low fuel environment represents a risk to the industry because capacity discipline could be lost.”

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