A threatened industrial dispute with Qantas long-haul flight attendants which would have grounded the airline’s international flights has been averted with 85 percent of cabin crew supporting a new deal. According to Qantas, the agreement removes a number of legacy...
The numbers for 2021 were only marginally better than the worst year ever – 2020. What can we learn about the recovery? Analysts Addison Schonland and Timothy O’Neil-Dunne dig deeper into the world of numbers for US-based Airlines. The US Airline industry would...
Last week, Grupo Aeromexico reached an agreement with Apollo Global Management to extend the time it has to negotiate a new Collective Bargain Agreement with its Unions. The Mexican airline failed to agree on cost-saving measures with its employees, jeopardizing the...
The hit came quickly in March. Traffic literally disappeared and US airlines scrambled to reconfigure their businesses. The switch was exceptionally tough because the industry had just completed its best year ever – record load factors, unfettered growth, and great...
Yesterday Embraer’s San Jose dos Campos operation was disrupted by strike action. When we contacted the firm we were told the action was small – 80% of the employees were at work. The remaining 20% were outside. Many of these fearful of crossing the...
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