An interesting piece of consolidation news has been coming from France on September 5: aerospace giant Safran Group is in negotiations with another aerospace giant, Thales Group, to acquire its aeronautical electrical systems or avionics business. The transaction,...
Another interesting consolidation is happening in the leasing world: SMBC Aviation Capital is acquiring Goshawk Aviation. Japanese-owned SMBC is paying $6.7 billion for its former competitor from Hong Kong and will become the second-largest lessor in the world, behind...
India’s Tata Sons have made their first consolidation move with the intention to merge Air India with AirAsia India. The move has come to light on April 27 when Air India filed a request for approval with India’s anti-trust regulator, the Competition...
The war in Ukraine is an unknown factor, but international air travel is expected to have fully recovered from the Covid-crisis in most regions by mid-2023, with Africa lagging behind until late 2023. That’s the view of four airline bosses at the CAPA Airline Leader...
Just before the pandemic hit the industry in 2020, airline leaders were positive that Europe was about to have a much-needed round of consolidation. They agreed that there were way too many airlines, fighting for the same piece of cake. Covid has delayed this, but...
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