Singapore Airlines reported record-high operating profits for its second quarter and HY1, in line with the results at many other airlines in the last few weeks. SIA’s recovery accelerated further in the second quarter (June-September) on the back of a strong Q1 and is...
The steady recovery of air travel in and to Japan helped Japan Airlines (JAL) to report its first operating and net profit in Q2 of its financial year 2022. But the six-month result still shows a net loss. As such, JAL performed worse than its rival ANA. Japan...
On the back of a strong second quarter, TAP Portugal reported improved results and reduced losses for the quarter and first six months. But the airline is still in restructuring and needs state support, although it is considering refinancing its debts, it said on...
Airline results continue to show sharp contrasting fortunes these months, with deep losses suddenly changing for record profits. Singapore Airlines is no exception. It reported a $556 million net profit in the first quarter of the fiscal year 2022/2023, the...
Etihad Airways has returned to profitability in the first six months of 2022, reporting a $296 million core operating result. The airline, known for its deep losses, continued its upward trend that started in the second half of last year. Etihad reports...
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