China’s Big Three airlines – Air China, China Southern, and China Eastern – all have now reported their half-year 2023 results. The picture that emerges is that all three have significantly reduced their losses, but have some way to go until they are out...
GAMA released its shipments and billings report for the second quarter of 2023, and the results are mildly positive for the general aviation market. The recovery is slow but positive through the second quarter. Year over year through Q2, business jet deliveries are up...
AirAsia X intends to exponentially but at the same time prudently further grow capacity as it continues its recovery from the pandemic in Asia. With one exception: China. The carrier plans to grow capacity to China three-fold by the end of the year as traffic gains...
Air New Zealand has swung back into profitability after one of its most unique years, reporting a $412 million net profit for the financial year 2023 that ended in June. The carrier describes the year as “particularly unique” dominated by significant customer demand,...
Entebbe International Airport appeared to be consolidating the gains registered during 2022, with passenger traffic during the first half of 2023, surpassing pre-pandemic levels for the first time in three years. Traffic through Uganda’s major international gateway,...
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