Pilatus reported an extremely successful year in 2021, overcoming numerous challenges, including supply chain disruptions and supply bottlenecks, which impacted the efficiency of work and resulted in higher costs. Nonetheless, Pilatus’s strong 2021 results...
The war in Ukraine is the new uncertainty, but if the effects on the industry remain limited, Lufthansa Group is expecting a strong 2022. The airline group sees very strong bookings for the second quarter and summer. By hedging a large part of its fuel costs, it...
Etihad Airways is happy about its 2021 results, which despite another core operating loss show evidence of recovery, especially in the second half-year. The Abu Dhabi airline produced another positive EBITDA, it reported on March 1. Etihad positive for 2022 after...
International Airlines Group (IAG) is expecting to return to profitability in the second quarter and produce operating results and operating cash flows that will be “significantly positive” for the rest of 2022. That will come after a loss-making first quarter and...
Air Arabia has reported strong results for its fourth quarter and full year of 2021. Despite the effects of the pandemic, the low-cost airline produced an AED 720 million profit for the twelve-month period as it was able to continue its growth strategy, it said on...
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