SkyEurope Airlines. Central Europe’s First Low Cost Airline. Christian Mandl Chief Executive Officer 30th Annual FAA Aviation Forecast Conference 17 March 2005 - Washington. Disclaimer.
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Although Wizz Air claims that its base in densely populated Katowice will pay off, it may struggle to stimulate demand among still hard-up Poles, or to lure British and Italian passengers to drab Silesia. SkyEurope, with its first-mover advantage, is the likeliest to succeed. With low costs and ample slots at its base in Slovakia, which forfeited its national airline after splitting from the Czech Republic in 1993, it markets Bratislava as a secondary airport for nearby Vienna, allowing it to tap into demand for low-fare services from wealthier Austrians. As Christian Mandl, SkyEurope's Belgian chief executive, puts it, “We have the best of both worlds.”
“SkyEurope, with its first-mover advantage, is the likeliest to succeed.”
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