airBaltic will induct four Airbus A320ceo’s into its fleet this summer season to make sure it has adequate capacity for its own operations and for those of other customers that wet-lease the airline’s own A220-300s. The carrier will wet-lease-in the four A320s from...
British Airways can finally realize its low-cost aspirations after its subsidiary BA Euroflyer has received its own Air Operator’s Certificate (AOC) and Operating Licence (OL). BA Euroflyer will now gradually take over the parent airline’s international short-haul...
Restoring its operational performance to solid levels has helped Alaska Airlines to produce a strong third quarter. And with the ratification of three major labor deals at Alaska and its subsidiary Horizon, long-term labor stability should be guaranteed to keep the...
Air Arabia plans to establish a new joint venture airline in Sudan, called Air Arabia Sudan. The airline has partnered with privately owned DAL Group to develop a low-cost carrier. It will announce details about its launch date and network at a later stage. Air Arabia...
Ryanair ended the first quarter of its financial year 2023 with a profit, the first one since Q1 FY2020. Revenues soared, but the Irish low-cost isn’t comfortable about how the rest of FY23 could be panning out as new Covid variants could push it back into a loss for...
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