Etihad is about to do ‘a Lufthansa’. After many months of saying “we won’t” and “we might”, the Abu Dhabi airline has now confirmed that it will bring back four Airbus A380s out of storage for the summer 2023 schedule. Etihad confirms it needs A380s after all. The...
Singapore Airlines and Thai Airways have announced a new strategic partnership that, eventually, will expand into an almost worldwide codeshare arrangement. Depending on regulatory approval to confirm the Memorandum of Understanding, the first phase will start in the...
Higher revenues from passengers and cargo helped Thai Airways to significantly lower its second-quarter loss from last year. It also produced its first positive EBITDA since it operated under the Rehabilitation Plan that was implemented a year ago. Reopening of...
With the delivery of the final Airbus A380 to Emirates on December 16, the book on the production of the world’s biggest passenger aircraft can be closed. The aircraft registered as A6-EVS is the 251st A380 that has been delivered new to an airline, yet it has...
Thai Airways International managed to reduce its operating loss for the first nine months of 2021, despite a decline in revenue due to new COVID-19 outbreaks in Thailand, coupled with ongoing international travel restrictions related to the pandemic. Operating loss...
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