Icelandair has turned a $54.9 million Q2 loss into a $19.6 million Q3 profit despite setbacks from the Delta variant and continued travel restrictions. The strong start of the quarter was tapered off by new Covid-cases in Iceland in August and September, but the...
To bring you more aviation news, Airinsight introduces News in Brief. During September, we compile a rolling story by date with news that is sometimes too small for a deep analysis but still interesting enough not to be missed. 28 – American Airlines has...
It’s just a small order for five Boeing MAX 8s, but the announcement from lessor Griffin Global Asset Management has more substance to it. It is the first direct order for Griffin, which has bold ambitions to create “a world-class commercial aviation leasing and asset...
Icelandair is likely to get a new shareholder. Private multi-asset management firm Bain Capital has signed a binding agreement to take a 16.6 percent share in Icelandair Group the owner of the airline. The transaction, which is valued at $66.1 million, will be...
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...
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