Korean Air enters 2023 with the approval of its takeover of Asiana Airlines by the Chinese ministry of commerce. This is an important step in completing the acquisition plan, although approval from some key countries is still pending. China approves Korean Air/Asiana...
Italian media speculate that Lufthansa is looking for a new partner to acquire a majority stake in ITA Airways. The name that is mentioned most often is that of the Italian railway company Ferrovie Dello State Italiane, or FS for short. ITA Airways’ future now...
The future of South African Airways (SAA) remains blurred. While the government stresses that the takeover deal with Takatso Consortium for a 51 percent share is not at risk, other reports state that the consortium has yet to raise the required ZAR 3.0 billion to...
Dublin-based Japanese lessor SMBC Aviation Capital expects to close the acquisition of Goshawk Aviation in the coming weeks. SMBC announced the acquisition in May and said then it would be closed in the second half of the year. SMBC will pay $6.7 billion for Goshawk...
UPDATE – Qantas CEO Alan Joyce is optimistic that his airline will be granted the full acquisition of Alliance Airlines. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) raised concerns in an interim ruling in August, but Joyce thinks the commission...
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