Thanks to the recovery of air travel, the airline industry will likely be able to reduce its losses this year to $9.7 billion. This is an improvement over the previous forecast of a $-11.6 billion loss from October and includes the effects of inflation, the...
Thai AirAsia is issuing debentures to raise some THB 2.0 billion ($58 million) to stabilize its financial position and for investments. The issuance is scheduled between June 27 and 29 and is targeted at institutional investors and so-called ‘high net worth...
UPDATE – On the day of its Annual General Meeting in Paris, Air France-KLM announced its long-awaited rights issue. The airline group plans to issue 1.928 million new shares and raise €2.256 billion in fresh capital, of which €400 million will come from French...
Lessor AerCap has taken a $2.4 billion net charge on aircraft that are still in Russia and Ukraine since February, it said on May 17. The charge is for 113 aircraft and eleven engines that are unlikely to be repossessed. AerCap takes $2.4 billion net charge on...
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...
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