TAP Air Portugal returned to profitability for the first time since 2017, ending 2022 with a strong fourth quarter and the full year with a small profit. The airline is seeing the first positive effects of the transformation plan but warns of headwinds and challenges...
UPDATE – Lufthansa Group returned to profitability in 2022 and has left the Covid-crisis behind it. The airline group reported a consolidated net profit of €791 million, which puts its ahead of its main European rivals Air France-KLM (€728 million) and...
Air Canada returned to profitability in the final quarter of 2022, producing its first profit since Q4 2019. Although the full year was still loss-making, the carrier more than halved its net loss. The airline is expecting a “solid demand environment in 2023”, to...
Qatar Airways returned to profitability for the first time since 2017 and reported its highest-ever profit for FY21/22 at QAR 5.6 billion ($1.54 billion). According to the airline, this is 200 percent above its highest historical profit in 2016 and comes in a year...
In a year of deep restructuring and debt-shedding, Philippine Airlines has turned a loss into a solid in 2021. The carrier reported a Ps 60.6 billion net profit after tax, compared to a Ps 73.1 billion loss in the previous year, it reported on April 6. Philippine...
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