Articles tagged “airline earnings”

Airlines

Emirates Earns $1 Billion Record Net Profit for Fiscal First Half

As it looks to restore capacity, Emirates understands that it would be equally important to recruit the right skills.

Emirates Earns $1 Billion Record Net Profit for Fiscal First Half

Airlines

If Southwest Had All the Pilots It Needed, Here’s How Business Would Change

Filling Southwest's pilot shortage can't come soon enough for CEO Bob Jordan, who sees the staffing challenges as the biggest barrier preventing the carrier from further taking advantage of massive travel demand.

If Southwest Had All the Pilots It Needed, Here’s How Business Would Change

Airlines

Frontier Airlines Says Low-Cost Status Gives It Advantages if Economy Tanks

Frontier CEO Barry Biffle recalled Southwest Airlines during the economic tumult of the 1980s when making his case this week for why low-cost carriers are exceptionally resilient in downturns.

Frontier Airlines Says Low-Cost Status Gives It Advantages if Economy Tanks

Airlines

British Airways Owner IAG Posts First Profit Since Pandemic’s Start

The rapid surge in returning demand, particularly in Europe, has caused IAG many headaches, but it's also delivered some good news — profits.

British Airways Owner IAG Posts First Profit Since Pandemic’s Start

Online Travel

Booking Gets in Expedia’s Face With Billboards Near Las Vegas Conference

The vacation rental industry often touts the esprit de corps among industry lifers. Greeted with Booking.com ads for hosts at an Expedia partner conference in Sin City this week, Expedia officials weren't feeling that vibe.

Booking Gets in Expedia’s Face With Billboards Near Las Vegas Conference

Airlines

Omicron Dampens U.S. Airlines’ Quarterly Earnings Expectations

Any predictions of U.S. airlines making significant rebounds anytime soon are foolhardy when Omicron continues to cause mass cancellations and exacerbate staffing shortages.

Omicron Dampens U.S. Airlines’ Quarterly Earnings Expectations

Airlines

Singapore Airlines Reports a $302 Million First-Quarter Loss Despite Cargo Demand

How long can airlines survive on huge losses? Without uniform global vaccine equity and open borders, the prospects are low.

Singapore Airlines Reports a $302 Million First-Quarter Loss Despite Cargo Demand

Airlines

AirAsia Suffers Record Loss as the Crisis Bites

Low-cost Southeast Asian carrier AirAsia Group reported a $188 million loss for the first quarter. Expect it to seek investments through possible joint-ventures.

AirAsia Suffers Record Loss as the Crisis Bites

Airlines

How Delta Plans to Best Its Record-Setting Year

Airlines have been boom-and-bust businesses for as long as almost anyone can remember. But has Delta Air Lines cracked the secret code? Or is it just better at managing expectations?

How Delta Plans to Best Its Record-Setting Year

Airlines

Delta Hints at Return to Days of Simpler Fares

Airlines aren't always the most customer-centric businesses so any move to make things easier to understand should be welcomed. As usual, we'll believe it when we see it.

Delta Hints at Return to Days of Simpler Fares