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World / 10 months ago
Tunisian Airwaves Sing the Blues as Another Airline Bites the Dust
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TunisAir: Another Aviation Failure Plunges Tunisia's Airwaves into Turbulence
Strap on your seatbelts and stow your tray tables, because the Tunisian aviation sector is taking another turbulent nosedive folks! In a turn of events that absolutely no one saw coming, another Tunisian airline has kindly stepped forward to volunteer for the hallowed role of "Aviation Industry Mistake of the Year". Today, we raise a glass to the hopelessly tarnished wings of TunisAir, an airline that seems to have been locked in a death spiral, spiraling rapidly toward the pits of extinction. It’s so bad that even vultures from the surrounding Sahara Desert are watching with horror and perhaps, thoughts of setting up a new domicile in the discarded airplanes. Riding on high expectations and premium prices, the airline put on a show rivalling the most suspenseful blockbusters of Hollywood - except this one ends with 100% more bankruptcy. Shareholders and employees surely enjoyed every twist and turn, right before the ultimate plot twist - plunging stock prices and a downward descent into financial obscurity. The signs were crystal clear, people! The airline was on a one-way flight to disaster town from the moment they gambled on strategies straight out of a romance enthusiast's diary - an empty-headed, starry-eyed belief that if they hold on long enough, everything will just get better. But finances, as we all know, have a nasty way of behaving like a bad relationship: the more desperate you are to make it work, the faster it eats away at your bank balance. Critics have suggested that TunisAir might have increased their survival odds had they diverted their energy from trying to perfect the smoke-and-mirrors illusion of solvency to an actual business model that didn't require a compass, a sextant, and a pinch of pixie dust to turn a profit. Social media teems with jokes about TunisAir's dramatic plunge, with punters placing bets on which Tunisian airline will be next to implode spectacularly. But let's not be too harsh here, after all, they did fly planes and people didn't die – well, until everyone's jobs did. Promising beautiful flights across the Mediterranean, the airline lived up to its word for the most part; you'd look out the airplane window, and voila! There it is – the Mediterranean. Except now, we can't help but laugh at the poignancy of their latest marketing campaign: "Fly with TunisAir - we’ll take you halfway to your destination!" People of Tunisia, please don’t be disheartened – you can still fly. After all, in a country with a rich historical legacy as a major producer of flying carpets, who needs planes, right? So, here's to the fallen airline, one more notch on Tunisia’s bedpost of aviation failures. Congratulations, TunisAir, for reminding us once again that the aviation business is no fairy-tale world of winged unicorns and magical auto-pilot systems. It’s a cruel barren wasteland where only the most enterprising mice find the cheese. Or in TunisAir's case, crumbly crackers sinking into insolvency soup. Bon Voyage!
posted 10 months ago

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Original title: Airline Decline comment about something in Tunis, (TS26), Tunisia
exmplary article: https://www.ch-aviation.com/portal/news/132024-tunisavia-ends-in-house-twin-otter-flight-operations

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