The 15-day pilot strike in July has cost Scandinavian airline SAS some SEK 1.4 billion ($135 million). It erased most earnings from the higher demand and higher revenues that SAS saw in the third quarter (May-July) of FY22. The carrier continues to operate as normal,...
Iceland’s newest airline, Play, thinks that it has turned the corner on its worst losses and will produce an operating profit later this year. This is all thanks to reaching certain economies of scale in its fleet, network, and operations that will translate into...
On the back of a strong second quarter, TAP Portugal reported improved results and reduced losses for the quarter and first six months. But the airline is still in restructuring and needs state support, although it is considering refinancing its debts, it said on...
Airbus is (still) unwilling to specify the exact impact of the requirements from regulators on the A321XLR and how it will affect the design and specifications of the aircraft. Head of Program Gary O’Donnell said during a First Flight media event in Hamburg on June 15...
The confirmation of the order for twelve Airbus A350-1000s concludes the first planning phase of Qantas for its ultra-long-haul Project Sunrise. The next is the introduction of the type in 2025 and launching the nineteen to twenty-hour flights. So what is the aircraft...
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