Lagging Business Traffic is slowing the recovery of the US airline industry in early 2022, as business travelers have not yet returned to the skies in anywhere near pre-pandemic levels. Having learned to cope by using desktop videoconferencing applications during the...
Capital A, previously known as AirAsia Group Berhad, will likely spin-off its AirAsia airline business as a separate unit on the Malaysian stock exchange, once market conditions improve. It is also likely that AirAsia will establish another airline within the South...
Finnair is joining the growing number of airlines that are updating its premium products, refurbishing Business Class, and introducing Premium Economy. Over the next two years, the airline will revamp its Airbus A330 and A350-fleet in a €200 million investment...
This story starts in 2019. A partnership was established in February 2019, when Boeing agreed to purchase an 80% stake in Embraer’s commercial aircraft division. Embraer’s shareholders approved the deal, but in April Boeing pulled out of the deal. Who...
Which was worse for business jets, the Great Recession or the Pandemic? Looking at business jet operations, it appears that the Great Recession of 2008 was far more impactful on business aviation than the global pandemic. The following chart shows domestic and total...
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