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Articles tagged “european airlines”

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LOT Polish Airlines Fires Its CEO

Restructuring at the airline may have taken its toll after a difficult couple of years. Now chief corporate officer Katarzyna Lewandowska is stepping up until a replacement is found.

LOT Polish Airlines Fires Its CEO

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Full Video: Delta, Air France-KLM and McKinsey Talk Sustainability at Skift Aviation Forum 2022 

Climate change risks taking a direction in years ahead that could endanger our grandchildren. This panel talk does a good job of capturing the current state of airline thinking about whether aviation will reduce its carbon emissions.

Full Video: Delta, Air France-KLM and McKinsey Talk Sustainability at Skift Aviation Forum 2022 

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Ryanair Posts Record Profit Thanks to Pent-up Demand

Even as costs have been soaring, Ryanair has managed to swing back to profit. Clearly, CEO Michael O’Leary was right when he said he has this pandemic mess all worked out.

Ryanair Posts Record Profit Thanks to  Pent-up Demand

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Scandinavia’s SAS Files for Bankruptcy Protection in the U.S.

Scandinavian airline SAS has voluntarily filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in the U.S., to try and secure time and flexibility to reorganize its capital structure, reduce costs, and complete a financial restructuring under the supervision of the U.S. court system. SAS expects to complete its court-supervised process in the U.S. in 9-12 months. The airline…

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Scandinavia’s Debt-Ridden SAS Airline Looks to Denmark for Survival

With Sweden and Norway not wanting to remain long-term stakeholders, the survival of Scandinavian Airlines now hinges on Denmark. However, with Copenhagen's stake set to go up to 30 percent, how much of a deterrent would that be for potential private investors?

Scandinavia’s Debt-Ridden SAS Airline Looks to Denmark for Survival

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Schiphol Airport Caps Passenger Numbers for Summer

As it grapples with labor crunch, Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport is cutting flights and limiting the number of passengers to help make the queues more manageable. Clearly, this isn't the post-Covid recovery that European airlines had been expecting.

Schiphol Airport Caps Passenger Numbers for Summer

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Sweden Will Not Inject More Capital Into Scandinavian Airlines

Post Sweden's decision, all eyes are now on Denmark. The two governments are the largest owners of the Scandinavian airline, each holding a 21.8 percent stake.

Sweden Will Not Inject More Capital Into Scandinavian Airlines

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EasyJet Continues to Struggle With Flight Cancellations

A little more than a week after cancelling around 200 flights, EasyJet is now faced with fresh flight cancellations and delays, adding to the travel chaos at European airports.

EasyJet Continues to Struggle With  Flight Cancellations

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Scandinavian Airlines May Get Rescued by Foreign Investors — Reports

The investment would be conditional on the airline opting for cost cuts and financial restructuring. It may not have much of a choice.

Scandinavian Airlines May Get Rescued by Foreign Investors — Reports

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Air France-KLM to Sell $2.4 Billion Worth of Shares to Repay State Aid

Paying down its borrowings will bring Air France-KLM a step closer to meet European Union conditions for participating in any further airline consolidation. Are acquisitions on the cards?

Air France-KLM to Sell $2.4 Billion Worth of Shares to Repay State Aid