After two difficult years that were dominated by Covid restrictions and losses, El Al Israel Airlines is gradually getting back to better days. A confirmation of that is the agreement with the Ministry of Finance last Sunday that the carrier will advance the repayment...
UPDATE JULY 30 – To bring you more aviation news, Airinsight introduces News in Brief. During each month from July onwards, we compile a rolling story by date with news that is sometimes too small for a deep analysis but still interesting enough not to be...
El Al disclosed a $-531 million net loss for 2020 and a drop in revenues of seventy percent, confirming the troubled state the Israeli flag-carrier is in following the Covid-crisis. While Israel currently tops the list of countries that have already vaccinated 5.1...
It’s mid-July and most airlines have significantly ramped up capacity since June, with more steps to follow this summer. Yet, traffic is still well below pre-Covid 19 levels. We bring you an update, with further updates on American Airlines, Emirates, Etihad, Vietnam...
Friday, May 15. In recent days, airlines have been announcing a gradual return to flying again. The picture is diffuse, with some offering limited services from the second half of May and others extending their suspensions. So we update our story again. EUROPE: IAG:...
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