IATA Director-General Willie Walsh is optimistic that air passengers won’t be confronted with widespread travel disruptions for the rest of 2022, specifically during the coming December travel peak. He thinks that airlines and airports have made steps to prevent the...
With further signs of recovery visible, All Nippon Airways (ANA) expects to return to profitability again in the new financial year 2022. The Japanese carrier will try to maximize revenue by capturing recovering passenger demand, strengthening its position in the...
Last year, air travel recovered to 41.6 percent of 2019 levels mainly thanks to domestic travel, but the past year was another difficult one for the airline industry, the International Air Transport Association (IATA) reported on January 25. Cargo outperformed 2019...
Unless Omicron plays havoc in Asia and delays the reopening of air travel in Asia and the Pacific, Malaysia Airlines (MAS) is on track to leave its troubled years behind. The airline produced its first cash positive month in October and repeated this in November....
ATR deliveries are expected to grow to fifty per year from 2023 and remain at this level for the coming years as the turboprop market recovers. Actually, ATR is recovering at a faster pace than was anticipated a few months ago and even quicker than the regional market...
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