Japan’s two big airlines All Nippon Airways (ANA) and Japan Airlines (JAL) both reported much-improved nine-month FY22 results. But where ANA is revising its financial guidance upwards, JAL is taking a more conservative approach to the final quarter. ANA and JAL...
The new agreement between Mesa Airlines and United Airlines extends for five years and will see the regional carrier deploy up to 38 Bombardier/Mitsubishi CRJ900s with United Express in the coming March. United will get a ten percent share in Mesa and provide a credit...
Air India is aiming to have a 30 percent share of the domestic and international air traffic in the next five years, Campbell Wilson, Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director of the airline said on October 18. Air India wants to capture 30 percent market share....
Qatar Airways and Airlink of South Africa signed a comprehensive codeshare agreement to offer travelers more choices, enhanced services and greater connectivity between 45 destinations in 13 countries across southern Africa and the rest of the world. Qatar Airways...
As a mature market that has seen waves of consolidation, how does the market look through 3Q21? Here’s an update of a model using the DoT’s T-3 dataset. Page 1: Market share for mail and freight among the primary passenger airlines, now including Breeze....
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