Articles tagged “aer lingus”

Business Travel

IHG’s Crowne Plaza Wants to Shake Off Traditional Business Traveler Image

It’s a bold decision for a hotel brand to reposition itself when the world of work is on the cusp of change. If it's the wrong call, it loses sight of its core market and winning back once-loyal business travelers may take a while.

IHG’s Crowne Plaza Wants to Shake Off Traditional Business Traveler Image

Airline Weekly

British Airways and Iberia Parent Looks to Next Summer For Full Recovery

International Airlines Group (IAG) has no qualms about flying too much next summer. Instead, it plans to fly nearly as much as it did in 2019, with an aim in capturing all the pent up travel demand everyone is talking about. No matter that everyone else is doing the same.

British Airways and Iberia Parent Looks to Next Summer For Full Recovery

Airline Weekly

IAG Sees Hope in Spain as Iberia, Vueling Roar Back

IAG Sees Hope in Spain as Iberia, Vueling Roar Back

Business Travel

Britain’s Travel Industry Turns Out to Protest Government Restrictions

A united front came together for a “Travel Day of Action” — but it'll take an extremely loud voice to convince policy makers to fast forward the proposed July 19 reopening date and pry open wallets for more cash handouts.

Britain’s Travel Industry Turns Out to Protest Government Restrictions

Coronavirus

Aer Lingus Says Lifting Travel Restrictions in Ireland Won’t Give It a Bounce

The airline's new CEO has a point by saying the easing of travel curbs on July 19 is "too little too late." Many of her European counterparts would agree.

Aer Lingus Says Lifting Travel Restrictions in Ireland Won’t Give It a Bounce

Airlines

IAG Warns of Cuts at Aer Lingus Amid Uncertain European Recovery

IAG, one of Europe's largest airline groups, has an eye on the leisure travel recovery beginning in July if European governments cooperate. But with many restrictions still in place, the group is weighing taking further steps to restructure its operations, notably at Irish subsidiary Aer Lingus.

IAG Warns of Cuts at Aer Lingus Amid Uncertain European Recovery

Airlines

IAG CEO Willie Walsh Remade European Aviation: Now He’s Retiring

He's been hinting at it for a while, but it's still something of a shock to hear that Willie Walsh is finally hanging up his boots. The Air Europa deal — should it come off — looks like his last hurrah.

IAG CEO Willie Walsh Remade European Aviation: Now He’s Retiring

Airlines

Aer Lingus Taps New CEO From Within Parent IAG

Stephen Kavanagh is staying on for a couple more months and will then serve as a non-executive director, both of which imply an amicable decision. New CEO Sean Doyle inherits an airline in decent financial shape but one that has its fair share of competitive challenges.

Aer Lingus Taps New CEO From Within Parent IAG

Airlines

Ryanair Is Buying a Majority Stake in an Austrian Airline

Not many people would have had Ryanair pegged as the potential partner for Niki Lauda's new Austrian airline. The Irish carrier has seldom chosen the M&A path in the past but an opportunity to take on Lufthansa in central Europe was probably too good an opportunity to turn down.

Ryanair Is Buying a Majority Stake in an Austrian Airline

Airlines

IAG’s Spanish and Irish Airlines Outpace British Airways

British Airways and Aer Lingus's owner International Airlines Group forecasts that its 2017 profits will have jumped by about a fifth over the prior year. The airline group priced its tickets profitably thanks to cheaper fuel and the collapse of competitors.

IAG’s Spanish and Irish Airlines Outpace British Airways