Let’s look at the financial results of LATAM Airlines Group in 2021. Overall, the airline group had total revenues worth US$5,011.3 million during 2021, a 51.0% decrease compared to 2019 due to the heavy impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and the company’s Chapter 11...
The war in Ukraine is the new uncertainty, but if the effects on the industry remain limited, Lufthansa Group is expecting a strong 2022. The airline group sees very strong bookings for the second quarter and summer. By hedging a large part of its fuel costs, it...
Japanese-owned but California-based lessor Aviation Capital Group (ACG) has placed a last-minute 2021 order with Airbus for forty A320neo-family aircraft. This includes five A321XLRs. It also signed a Memorandum of Understanding for twenty A220s, both ACG and Airbus...
AirAsia Group is foreseeing a V-shaped rebound in air travel for the near future, as demand for air travel picks up and global travel restrictions continue to ease, with the low-cost carrier group expressing hope that initiatives such as the upcoming vaccinated travel...
AirAsia Group has named Colin Currie as its chief commercial officer on 10 November. In this role, Currie will develop a “consumer-centric strategy” by using data to optimise the group’s growth and meet the financial objectives of AirAsia’s airlines and digital units....
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