JetBlue expects to recover the capacity for the final quarter quicker than anticipated in August and outpace 2019 levels again. Capacity should be up by one to four percent over 2019 and end between zero and two percent for the full year, it said on October 25 in its...
Cathay Pacific says it is “on course” to double the number of destinations by the end of the year to around sixty, compared to 29 in January this year. The airline is benefitting from the relaxation of travel restrictions and quarantine in Hong Kong. Cathay Pacific on...
After two difficult years that were dominated by Covid restrictions and losses, El Al Israel Airlines is gradually getting back to better days. A confirmation of that is the agreement with the Ministry of Finance last Sunday that the carrier will advance the repayment...
Air China, China Eastern, and China Southern Airlines all reported deepening losses for the first quarter of the year. With many cities and regions in strict lockdowns, the Big Three were confronted with a significant drop in traffic. Although restrictions continue,...
As if the pandemic wasn’t enough. After dealing with collapsing airlines the world over as traffic almost stopped, aircraft lessors now have to confront another crisis. And they have to do this before they fully recover from the pandemic. The Russian...
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