Malaysian long-haul low-cost AirAsia X is on the way back to recovery, reporting improvements in revenues, profits, and costs after some very difficult years during the Covid crisis. The carrier expects to benefit this year from the relaunch of its most profitable...
Philippine Airlines (PAL) continues to recover from the pandemic, reporting its third profitable quarter in a row. Philippine Airlines produces another profitable quarter. The parent company PAL Holdings produced a PHP 4.9 billion ($86.8 million) operating income...
Continued recovery for general and business aviation is illustrated by second quarter shipment results for business aircraft. GAMA, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association, reported second quarter shipments for the industry today. Single engine aircraft, both...
Azul Linhas Aéreas, GOL Linhas Aéreas, and LATAM had a difficult first half of the year, fueled by a complex quarter for the Brazilian airlines due to rising costs, currency volatility, and economic uncertainty. Nonetheless, they also found hope in the strong domestic...
Air Lease Corporation announced its second quarter 2022 results today, with revenues up 13.4% and pre-tax income up 26.4% over 2021. The write-off of the Russian fleet in the first quarter in the wake of US imposed economic sanctions during the Ukraine war amounting...
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