If you were flying on an international airline when it was privatized, what do you think of it now?
Aeroplan is a new company founded in 2016 by two British expats, Adam and Hazel, who believe they have a chance to bring down the airline industry.
The airline is run by a British-based CEO named Alex Grosvenor.
Grosvenorets goal is to save the airlines flying the world’s biggest airfare brands and make them cheaper and more reliable, as well as reduce fuel usage, he told Bloomberg Businessweek.
“The future is not only about flying,” he told the magazine.
“It’s about how you fly and what you can save your customers on.”
Aeromans first flights to Dubai will be booked in the next few weeks, according to the airline’s website.
I’ve been very impressed with the work that Adam and his team have done and I am very confident that we will be able to continue to deliver what they have delivered,” Grosvorets said.
It was in 2011 that Aeromans last international flight to Dubai took off, and it was a total success for the airline.
Last year, the airline was awarded $15.3 million in an Airline Modernization Fund to improve its operating efficiency and reduce fuel consumption.
Airlines across the globe have been moving away from airfare-based pricing in recent years, including United Airlines, which was privatised in 2012.
Since then, the company has focused on low-fare flights, but the company said it was also working to develop more flexible pricing options for consumers.
Adam and Hazel are now seeking investors to fund the airline and its plans.
This article originally appeared on Business Insider UK.