IndiGo, the Delhi-based low-cost airline, reported a loss of Rs 3818 million for the second quarter, excluding foreign exchange losses, This is down from 14,699 million in the previous quarter. The losses for the latest quarter are an estimated $46.39 million. In a...
Turkish Airlines reported a strong third quarter, in which capacity, the operating result, and net profit exceeded those of 2019. The airline produced these results despite “increasing geopolitical tensions and global inflationist pressure while facing unprecedented...
Airbus’s third quarter results are best summarized as beating Boeing. The two key members of the commercial aviation duopoly continue to account for almost all (>90%) commercial aircraft in service. Post announcing their results, Boeing’s share price...
It’s not completely there yet, but Lufthansa Group is getting pretty close already to 2019 operating and profit levels. The airline group reported Q3 revenues and an operating result today that was almost identical to Q3 2019, confirming the recovery trend since Q2....
Norwegian reported a strong third quarter, with revenues and operating results all performing well. It is also bullish about the 2023 summer season but first will need to get through the low winter period when it will reduce capacity by 25 percent. Norwegian produces...
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