Dublin-based Japanese lessor SMBC Aviation Capital expects to close the acquisition of Goshawk Aviation in the coming weeks. SMBC announced the acquisition in May and said then it would be closed in the second half of the year. SMBC will pay $6.7 billion for Goshawk...
Emirates expects to return to profitability again in its full financial year 2022-2023, reporting strong results in the first six months. It is seeing continued strong customer demand in the second half year, although inflation, the strong US dollar, and other...
The steady recovery of air travel in and to Japan helped Japan Airlines (JAL) to report its first operating and net profit in Q2 of its financial year 2022. But the six-month result still shows a net loss. As such, JAL performed worse than its rival ANA. Japan...
All Nippon Airways (ANA) produced its first half-year profit in three years, benefitting from pent-up demand and the relaxation of travel restrictions in Japan and its key markets in Asia. Longer term, the airline wants to significantly improve profitability by...
Norse Atlantic is preparing for a challenging winter period, with high fuel costs and inflation, and consequently uncertain customer behavior likely to impact results in the coming months. The airline will therefore take a careful approach to its network by likely...
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