On the back of a busy summer, Kuwait’s low-cost Jazeera Airways produced favorable results in Q3 and an even stronger nine-month profit. At 1.1 million, the airline carried the highest number of passengers in a single quarter, it reported on October 31. Jazeera...
All Nippon Airways (ANA) produced its first half-year profit in three years, benefitting from pent-up demand and the relaxation of travel restrictions in Japan and its key markets in Asia. Longer term, the airline wants to significantly improve profitability by...
Despite reporting its strongest revenue performance in the first quarter of fiscal 2023, resulting in the highest ever quarterly earnings of Rs 130.2 billion ($1.64 billion), Delhi-based low-cost airline, IndiGo, reported a net loss of Rs 10,643 million ($ 134343...
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...
Despite continued travel restrictions within the Asia Pacific region, Korean Air has returned to profit in 2021. The carrier benefitted in particular from strong cargo revenues, which increased by almost sixty percent year-on-year, it reported in January 27. Operating...
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