Turkish Airlines surprised with a $2.7 billion net profit for 2022, one of the highest seen within the industry so far and not even matched by the three US carriers. The carrier is citing strong revenue development that saw last year outpace 2019 at every level....
flydubai reported record results for 2022, producing a historic profit of AED 1.2 billion ($327 million). It also inducted a record number of seventeen new aircraft but is still short of capacity, so it turned to wet leasing to add more seats. flydubai reports...
Thai Airways slipped back into a loss in 2022. While the airline benefitted from the recovery of passenger traffic and tourism, expenses were also higher. A gain on debt restructuring that contributed positively to the 2021 results was lacking last year, pushing Thai...
Another major airline group returned to profitability in 2022, with International Airlines Group (IAG) reporting a €431 million net profit compared to a €-2.933 billion net loss for 2021. The past year was a strong one for recovery. IAG looks ahead to an even better...
Engine maker Rolls-Royce is capable of performing much better than it does right now. It should significantly improve the operating profit and cash position and deliver efficiency improvements to generate more cash and reduce its much too high debts so that...
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