Lessor BOC Aviation has taken an $804 million write-off in its HY1 results on seventeen of its aircraft that are still in Russia. Because of the one-off impact, BOC ended the first six months with a net loss after tax of $-313 million. BOC Aviation ends HY1 with $804...
Turkish Airlines continued its recovery by producing another profitable quarter, turning last year’s HY1 net loss into a solid profit. The carrier reported a $737 million net profit for January-June compared to $-1 million in the same period last year. Turkish...
Actually, it is a kind of a miracle: despite severe travel restrictions into Hong Kong, Cathay Pacific has been able to improve its financial results in HY1 2022. The carrier reported A HK$-4.999 billion net loss compared to HK$-7564 billion in the first six months of...
Despite progress on the recovery of its widebody engines that are flying more hours than before, Rolls-Royce’s Civil Aerospace business unit has actually slipped back into a loss in HY1 of this year. Are Rolls-Royce’s HY1 results as bad as they look? The...
Etihad Airways has returned to profitability in the first six months of 2022, reporting a $296 million core operating result. The airline, known for its deep losses, continued its upward trend that started in the second half of last year. Etihad reports...
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