Airlines are viewing 2015 with renewed optimism since the fall in crude oil prices.
As a result of the failing prices in oil, their lowest since 2008 when the financial crisis hit, airlines have revealed that they are expecting larger profit margins this year.
As well as falling oil costs, the airline travel industry has never been so busy, with demand increasing across the globe, and as such profitability is set to be positive in the forthcoming 12 months.
However, as the airlines see an uplift in their bank balances, there is no indication that staffing levels will be increased.
The news, this month, comes from lata’s quarterly survey of financial chiefs of the airline industry.