Virgin Atlantic looks back on 2021 as a year that was even more challenging than the first year of Covid. “Persistent volatility in international travel, fueled by ever-changing restrictions and testing requirements, resulted in significant losses and a decline in...
With Australia more opening up, Qantas and Jetstar are adding more routes to their networks, both domestically and internationally. Qantas builds back its network as borders reopen. Qantas and Qantaslink have added five domestic routes to the network since Sunday,...
Norse Atlantic Airways is delaying its first services until June, citing uncertainties in international air travel that have been caused by the war in Ukraine. The Norwegian start-up now plans to launch ticket sales to the US in April, it said in an update on March...
International Airlines Group (IAG) is expecting to return to profitability in the second quarter and produce operating results and operating cash flows that will be “significantly positive” for the rest of 2022. That will come after a loss-making first quarter and...
The road to recovery has some way to go, but the situation around Covid seems to be stabilizing to offer Qantas the chance to recover strongly in the next few months. Domestic capacity should be back to 90-100 percent before the summer, and international capacity to...
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