Air Arabia and its subsidiaries produced a strong first six months of 2022, reporting a net profit and revenues that were tenfold those of the same period last year. Geopolitical issues and higher fuel costs had their effect, but the carrier still performed well....
Robust demand for travel pushed revenues up for Spirit Airlines and helped it reduce losses in Q2. This despite serious operational issues early in the quarter, but these problems seem to have been adequately addressed and services are running reliably right now, the...
UPDATE – Embraer narrowed its first-quarter loss compared to last year, reporting a $31.7 million net loss attributable to shareholders. This compares to $-89.7 million for the same period last year. However, the Brazilian airframer slipped back into a loss...
UPDATE – Another US airline to report record-high revenues in March is Alaska Airlines. Like American Airlines, Alaska’s revenues for the month exceeded 2019 levels for the first time since the start of the pandemic, the airline said on April 21 in its Q1...
Africa remains the biggest revenue driver of three of the continent’s prominent carriers, Ethiopian Airlines, Kenya Airways, and South African Airways. Their revenues highlight the important role that various countries play in keeping the carriers afloat. Industry...
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