Just as it is heading for the busy (southern hemisphere) summer period, Air New Zealand is forced to reduce capacity by 1.5 percent in the coming six months. The airline says it is confronted with the highest levels of sickness leave for over a decade. Covid and flu...
Here is our rolling report with short aviation news for the month of June 2022: 30 – KLM has repaid the final €277 million of the state-backed credit facility that it received as Covid aid in 2020. Since May, the Dutch carrier repaid the €927 million drawn from...
Air New Zealand has disclosed details of its planned recapitalization, which should help it recover from the effects of the two-year Covid-crisis that hit the airline deeply. With the new NZ$2.2 billion package, Air New Zealand wants to repay an existing government...
Air New Zealand expects to launch an equity capital raise by the end of March or early April as part of its steps to recapitalize its balance sheet. The airline is suffering from the ongoing travel restrictions on its international network, which resulted in a $376...
Here is our rolling report with short aviation news for the month of February 2022: 8 – SAS will add Toronto to its network again from June from Copenhagen and Stockholm. It will offer three weekly services from Copenhagen and four from Stockholm, using its new...
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