Qantas will grow its capacity back to 100 percent of 2019 levels by March next year, up from the current 84 percent. The carrier will induct new and stored aircraft to the fleet and lease capacity from Finnair to make this possible. Qantas to grow back capacity to 100...
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....
The future zero-emission fuel for aviation is hydrogen. At least, that’s the view of HySky Society, a new US lobby group that was formed this year. But whereas in some regions of the world like Europe and Japan, hydrogen is ‘hot’, HySky thinks that...
Emirates and Air Canada intend to establish a new codeshare partnership later this year. The partnership is the second for Emirates in Canada after the existing one with WestJet. The two airlines say that the codeshare will offer “enhanced consumer travel choices for...
United Airlines and Africa’s fast-growing airline Airlink have signed a new codeshare agreement. United says it will offer customers more connections between the US and Southern Africa than any other airline alliance. The new agreement, which is subject to government...
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