Now that the domestic market in Australia is experiencing a strong recovery, Virgin Australia is determined not to be left behind its rivals Qantas and Jetstar. The carrier has ambitious plans for growth and on May 21 announced a new round of recruitment of 250...
With Australia effectively being one big bubble, it’s no surprise that the domestic market is driving the recovery of Qantas. The airline expects capacity to return to 95 percent of pre-Covid levels in its final June-September quarter of Financial Year 2021, it said...
“With over 80 percent of its fleet grounded, de-registered and returned to lessors or even seized, the future of India’s Jet Airways looks… non-existent.” We wrote this last weekend, but just four days later Jet Airways announced it would suspend all operations on...
Qantas tries to re-shape the Australian domestic market by purchasing a 19.9% share of Alliance Airlines, the Eagle Farm (Queensland) based airline. The purchase was announced on February 1 and has caught out the Alliance board, which has sought legal advice on how to...
While Fokker 100 and Fokker 70 fleets have been dwindling all over the World (see our report on TAP’s last Fokker 100 flight), a small Australian airline can’t get enough of them. Brisbane-based Alliance Airlines is already the World’s largest...
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