The Latin American & Caribbean region continues to have the strongest traffic recovery globally. In November 2022, 29.2 million passengers were carried in the region, 97% of the same period in 2019, said the Latin American & Caribbean Air Transport Association...
Global passenger air traffic will reach 2019 levels already by June this year, driven by the strong recovery of Asia Pacific and, in particular, China. “Despite the implementation of testing requirements, reopening of the world’s second-largest aviation market will...
Delta Air Lines expects to significantly grow its revenues and earnings per share in 2023, based on strong growth and a full recovery to pre-pandemic levels. Solid free cash flow will help the airline to reduce its debt, it said on December 14 on its Investor’s Day....
While significantly improving its Q3 results year-on-year, International Airlines Group (IAG) hasn’t fully matched its 2019 results like main rivals Lufthansa Group and Air France-KLM have done. IAG ended the third quarter with a €1.208 billion net profit, with...
In what usually is its strongest quarter, Air France-KLM’s Q3 results outperformed those of 2019. This mirrors the situation of Lufthansa Group on Thursday. Long-haul and cargo have been very strong, but short-haul is still a bit behind. Air France-KLM also back...
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