British Airways is doing everything it can to prevent a repetition of the travel chaos it experienced in Q1 at London Heathrow and from IT issues. It is beefing up its organizational structure, hiring new staff, and rebuilding IT, but the carrier is frustrated by...
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...
Here is our rolling report with short aviation news for the month of January 2022: 31 – Lessor TrueNoord has raised $250 million in new funding that it plans to use for building its fleet of regional aircraft. The funding has been arranged with support from...
The third quarter has been an ‘inflection point’ for International Airlines Group (IAG). It has drastically reduced its operating loss by almost three quarters to €452 million and stopped burning cash. Its Spanish airlines performed best, with Iberia producing a net...
International Airlines Group’s (IAG) fortunes have been heavily influenced by the diffuse travel situation in various European countries. While British Airways and Aer Lingus suffered from restrictions and low demand, Iberia and Vueling have been able to reduce their...
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