Qantas continues to update its HY1 guidance but in a positive way. As demand continues to soar, the Australian carrier expects to close its first six months of FY23 with an underlying profit before tax of between A$1.35 billion and A$1.45 billion, it said on November...
AerCap is raising its earnings per share for 2022 on the back of a strong third quarter and the year to date as the outlook for the fourth quarter looks strong. The world’s biggest lessor continues to see robust demand for air travel. Combined with the pressure on new...
American Airlines joins the other US Big Two by reporting record-high revenues in Q3, outpacing 2019 levels by thirteen percent despite a 9.6 percent lower capacity. It is even the highest quarterly revenue in the history of the airline. American Airlines bullish...
The airline and aerospace industry are looking with great anticipation at Montreal in the next two weeks, where the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) holds its 41st Assembly from September 27 until October 7. On top of the agenda of the 193 states is...
Boeing has settled with the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) to pay a $200 million fee for misleading public statements after the two fatal accidents of the MAX in October 2018 and March 2019. Former Boeing President and CEO Dennis Muilenburg will pay $1...
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