Articles tagged “finnair”

Business Travel

Airlines Unlikely to Play a Big Role Slowing Climate Change: New Report

In terms of saving the planet, the next best thing to not flying long-haul could be flying on a plane that uses sustainable fuel. Many companies are buying into this now, but it's still early days.

Airlines Unlikely to Play a Big Role Slowing Climate Change: New Report

Online Travel

Data Breach Affects More Than 2 Million Frequent Flyers Across Airline Alliances

It's easy to feel jaded about data breaches given how often they happen. But it will raise eyebrows that hackers obtained data on loyalty flyers of Cathay Pacific, Finnair, Japan Airlines, Lufthansa, Malaysia Airlines, Singapore Airlines, United, and other carriers by exploiting a SITA tech system not used by most of them.

Data Breach Affects More Than 2 Million Frequent Flyers Across Airline Alliances

Airline Weekly

Finnair Sees Opportunity in Norwegian’s Woes

Finnair Sees Opportunity in Norwegian’s Woes

Airlines

Finnair Considering Layoffs to Deal With Coronavirus Downturn

Finnair's latest response to the outbreak shows how quickly things can change and how difficult it is for a company to quantify the impact of a fast-changing external event. Only a month ago, the CEO was saying that coronavirus would have a "relatively limited" impact on the airline.

Finnair Considering Layoffs to Deal With Coronavirus Downturn

Airlines

Finnair Warns of Coronavirus Hit to Profit as Travelers Stay at Home

Less than a month ago, Finnair's CEO was saying the outbreak would have “relatively limited” impact on the airline’s financials. How quickly things have changed.

Finnair Warns of Coronavirus Hit to Profit as Travelers Stay at Home

Airlines

Finnair Predicts Coronavirus Will Have Limited Impact on Financials of Airlines

As long as the flight suspensions don't last too long, Finnair thinks the impact of the coronavirus outbreak should be fairly limited. The problem is at the moment no one knows exactly how quickly, or how easily, it will spread across the rest of Asia and possibly the world.

Finnair Predicts Coronavirus Will Have Limited Impact on Financials of Airlines

Airlines

Sabre Plays Hardball With Finnair and 5 Other Top Aviation Stories This Week

This week, Sabre stopping selling Finnair tickets as talks over a new contract broke down while European airlines will most likely have to pay a new EU tax on jet fuel. Meanwhile, India is so desperate to sell its national airline, it has agreed to take over $7 billion in debt to make Air India seem more attractive to a buyer.

Sabre Plays Hardball With Finnair and 5 Other Top Aviation Stories This Week

Airlines

Sabre Stops Selling Most Finnair Tickets in Contract Spat

It's rare for airline contract disputes with distribution companies to reach this outcome. Finnair will suffer financially until it cuts a deal. Sabre, for its part, risks embarrassment if it's seen as bullying a midsize carrier. Nobody usually ends up winning in these classic games of chicken.

Sabre Stops Selling Most Finnair Tickets in Contract Spat

Airlines

European Governments See Renewed Importance of National Airlines

European governments once believed they could rely on the market to ensure their links to the outside world. But many are starting to become more protective of their national airlines. In many ways, it is a return to the past.

European Governments See Renewed Importance of National Airlines

Airlines

How Finnair Got It Wrong in China

Finnair has made the most of its Helsinki hub’s advantageous position when it comes to flying to Asia, but clearly it hasn’t gotten everything right.

How Finnair Got It Wrong in China