Unless Omicron plays havoc in Asia and delays the reopening of air travel in Asia and the Pacific, Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is on track to leave its troubled years behind. The airline produced its first cash positive month in October and repeated this in November....
Malaysian ultra-low-cost long-haul airline AirAsia X has got a step closer to completing its financial restructuring last week. But it still faces a number of crucial negotiations with lessors and Airbus before it can resume operations as a much leaner airline,...
Under the circumstances of a most difficult year, Airbus has succeeded in delivering 566 commercial aircraft to airlines in 2020. It is of course a far cry from the record 863 from 2019 but is impressive as most airlines (and lessors) were reluctant to take deliveries...
Virgin Atlantic can look to the future with a bit more optimism as it has secured a recapitalization plan worth GBP 1.2 billion. “The Plan”, as it is called, still needs court-sanctioning and comes at a price: the airline will shed 3.350 jobs across all functions....
Remember Virgin Atlantic’s bold plans for aggressive long-haul and short-haul growth, with aspirations to become the second national airline from London Heathrow? While they are only eight months old, you will find them somewhere in a trash bin. Hit hard by the...
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