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...
American Airlines has placed an order with Boom Supersonic for twenty Overture supersonic transport (SST) aircraft, with an option on another forty. The carrier has also paid a non-refundable deposit on the first twenty aircraft, the two companies announced on August...
In contrast to ANA, Japan Airlines has remained loss-making in Q1 of FY22. The carrier benefited from the same improved operating environment as its competitor but ended the June quarter with a ¥19.560 billion net loss attributable to shareholders. JAL expects to end...
A couple of days ahead of the Farnborough Airshow, urban air mobility (UAM) start-up Vertical Aerospace has announced a couple of interesting business updates. American Airlines has confirmed delivery slots and its commitment to purchase fifty VX4 vehicles, while...
Japan Airlines (JAL) has accelerated its medium-term management plan and targets a return to FY19 profit levels already this year, one year earlier than outlined last year in the 2022-2025 strategy. The airline also puts Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) at...
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