Important news for Boeing: two of China’s Big Three airlines have confirmed that they are resuming deliveries of the MAX. Both China Eastern Airlines and China Southern Airlines have included the type in their near-term fleet delivery plans, they said in their 2022...
TAP Air Portugal returned to profitability for the first time since 2017, ending 2022 with a strong fourth quarter and the full year with a small profit. The airline is seeing the first positive effects of the transformation plan but warns of headwinds and challenges...
Icelandair is pleased with the change of fortunes it experienced in 2022, which contributed to a drastic reduction in losses. The airline is bullish about 2023 as it sees a very strong recovery of capacity to Iceland this summer and strong bookings to North America....
China Southern Airlines’ net loss for FY22 has significantly deepened compared to the previous year. The carrier said on January 30 that based on preliminary information, the loss will be RMB -30.3 billion compared to RMB -12.1 billion in 2021. China Southern is...
Despite “solid momentum” and “a significant decrease of its adjusted operating loss” in Q4, Air Transat’s parent company Transat AT ended FY22 with a deeper net loss compared to the previous year. The Canadian group reported a loss of C$-445.3 million for the...
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