Articles tagged “airlines”

Airlines

Norwegian Airline Flyr in Critical Situation After Failing to Raise Cash

Norwegian airline Flyr's unsuccessful attempts to raise investment funds will see the budget carrier make operational cuts. This survival move is unlikely to see its summer season plans go the distance.

Norwegian Airline Flyr in Critical Situation After Failing to Raise Cash

Online Travel

Google Flights Could Shift Strategy After Heavy Layoffs

Why doesn't Google promote Google Travel as a one-stop shop? The layoffs at Google Flights show there's too much ad revenue in play on the Google.com side of the flights business to merit such an all-in approach.

Google Flights Could Shift Strategy After Heavy Layoffs

Tourism

Albania’s Coastal Airport and Tourism Project Meets Resistance

The government's airport, near the Adriatic coast, is designed to bring in more tourists. But like many destinations recovering after the pandemic, there's a balance to be struck between local communities. Environmentalists aren't happy.

Albania’s Coastal Airport and Tourism Project Meets Resistance

Airlines

UK Regional Airline Flybe Shuts Down, Again

Maybe Flybe failed for a reason the first time around.

UK Regional Airline Flybe Shuts Down, Again

Airline Weekly

Alaska Airlines’ Exposure to Tech Sector Hits Carrier’s Bottom Line

As goes the tech sector, so goes Alaska Airlines.

Alaska Airlines’ Exposure to Tech Sector Hits Carrier’s Bottom Line

Airlines

Air France-KLM CEO Slams Schiphol Flight Cuts

Schiphol Airport has set about cutting 60,000 flight slots, a move slated by Air France-KLM as far less effective than investing in sustainable aviation fuel to address air pollution. But that still leaves noise pollution very much up in the air.

Air France-KLM CEO Slams Schiphol Flight Cuts

Airlines

Southwest Airlines Vows to Return to Recovery Plan by March After Meltdown

After disrupting the trips of more than 2 million travelers, yes, as in the equivalent of Kansas City metro, Southwest says it's back to plan by March.

Southwest Airlines Vows to Return to Recovery Plan by March After Meltdown

Airlines

American Airlines Sees First Full Year of Profitability Since 2019

The expenses at American Airlines were billions higher in 2022, but so was revenue, making the year an overall success looking at dollars alone.

American Airlines Sees First Full Year of Profitability Since 2019

Airline Weekly

EasyJet Financials Lifted by High Demand and Ancillary Revenues

EasyJet's latest results confirm that travelers remain more than willing to pay higher fares and fees to fly.

EasyJet Financials Lifted by High Demand and Ancillary Revenues

Airline Weekly

Budget Airlines See Half Their Market Share Evaporate on Transatlantic Routes

Longhaul budget airlines lost half of their transatlantic share during the pandemic.

Budget Airlines See Half Their Market Share Evaporate on Transatlantic Routes