Commercial airlines’ success depends on many factors, and probably the core factor is seat production cost. The airline with the lowest cost of production in a commodity market wins. For years it was believed this was Southwest Airlines in the US. What do the...
The reduced available capacity of Cathay Pacific due to recently implemented travel restrictions and strict crew quarantine measures are expected to impact its cash burn by HK$1.0 to 1.5 billion per month, the airline said on January 24. And that’s just a preliminary...
Scandinavian airline SAS is to start services with its ‘low-cost’ offspring SAS Connect and SAS Link out of Copenhagen from early 2022. The carrier is evaluating options to expand Connect to Oslo and Stockholm during the year, it said at if FY21 results presentation...
Singapore Airlines (SIA) posted a larger second-quarter loss despite a gradual recovery in passenger traffic and strong performance from the cargo business, due to a higher operating expenditure. As a result, operating loss for the quarter ended 30 September came in...
Strict reductions of fixed costs have helped All Nippon Airways (ANA) to reduce its net loss for its first six months of the financial year 2021. The Japanese carrier reported a net loss of ¥98.8 billion, an improvement over the ¥188.4 billion loss between March and...
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