India’s Go First Airways (previously GoAir) is finally planning to list on the stock exchange through an initial public offering (IPO) in July, as air travel recovers from the pandemic. Go First Airways had earlier filed their offer document with the stock...
Thanks to strong forward bookings for the summer and pent-up demand, Norwegian is optimistic to leave a weak first quarter behind it. The airline reported a NOK -1.033 billion net loss in the first three months of 2022, blaming it on low seasonal traffic, Omicron, and...
UPDATE – Another US airline to report record-high revenues in March is Alaska Airlines. Like American Airlines, Alaska’s revenues for the month exceeded 2019 levels for the first time since the start of the pandemic, the airline said on April 21 in its Q1...
American Airlines is not as outspoken on its full-year guidance as United Airlines but is nevertheless positive that in the short-term, it will return to profitability during the second quarter, it said on April 21. The first quarter produced a $1.6 billion net loss,...
UPDATE – Delta Airlines returned to profitability in March after rebounding strongly from the first two months that were impacted by Omicron. As such, the Q1 results that it presented on April 13 are in line with the predictions from two months ago at the FY21...
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