Here is our rolling report with short aviation news for the month of June 2022: 17 – Airports across Europe are reducing the number of flights during the busy summer holiday period to cope with staff shortages. Amsterdam Schiphol said on June 16 that it will cap...
Virgin Australia’s radical move to permanently slash business class fares by up to 60 percent is the latest move in the ongoing battle to control the lucrative market that has cost airlines hundreds of millions of dollars over the last 10 years. After the demise of...
Delta Air Lines is set to lose its Australian partner carrier in 2022, as Virgin Australia is preparing to partner with United Airlines from April 2022. Virgin Australia says the partnership with United “will triple” its reach into the Americas region, while also...
Both Qantas and Japan Airlines (JAL) have expressed disappointment at the decision from the Australian Competition and Consumers Commission (ACCC) to withhold approval for their joint business agreement. The ruling end plans to increase services between Australia and...
It’s just a small order for five Boeing MAX 8s, but the announcement from lessor Griffin Global Asset Management has more substance to it. It is the first direct order for Griffin, which has bold ambitions to create “a world-class commercial aviation leasing and asset...
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