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Articles tagged “finnair”

Airlines

Finnair to Shift Focus From Asia and Shrink After Russian Airspace Closure

Finnair's shift in strategy is a sign the company doesn't see the flights between Europe and Asia that drove its pre-pandemic profitability returning anytime soon.

Finnair to Shift Focus From Asia and Shrink After Russian Airspace Closure

Online Travel

Daily Podcast: How Google Is Winning Travel

Good morning from Skift. It's Thursday, April 25, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: How Google Is Winning Travel

Airline Weekly

Finnair Retools in Preparation for Lengthy Russian Airspace Closure

Finnair bears the biggest brunt among European airlines from Russia's airspace closure. With the expectation that it will be some time before flights can resume, Finnair is pivoting and shrinking its business in an effort to adapt to its new reality.

Finnair Retools in Preparation for Lengthy Russian Airspace Closure

Airline Weekly

Sanctions on Russia for Ukraine War Could Reorder Global Aviation

The fallout from Russia's invasion of Ukraine is spreading far and wide for airlines. Aeroflot and other Russian carriers face potentially crippling sanctions, while others from Europe to the U.S. are recalibrating to a new environment.

Sanctions on Russia for Ukraine War Could Reorder Global Aviation

Airlines

Airline Stocks Fall Following European Airspace Restrictions

The swift action by European governments to restrict Russian flights was bound to have financial repercussions, but considering the alternative a stock drop is a small price to pay.

Airline Stocks Fall Following European Airspace Restrictions

Airlines

Finnair Invests $228 Million to Woo Premium Leisure Travelers

Finnair is the latest airline to cash in on the growing premium leisure travelers market. The carrier is will add lucrative premium economy seats to its long-haul jets to tap into what CEO Topi Manner has called an "increasingly important" passenger segment.

Finnair Invests $228 Million to Woo Premium Leisure Travelers

Airline Weekly

Airlines Bank on Transatlantic Flights to Sustain International Networks in 2022

Airlines on both sides of the Atlantic are expecting strong demand for travel between North America and Europe next summer. With Asia largely shuttered and its recovery expected to be a year behind, airlines are scrambling to add flights across the North Atlantic.

Airlines Bank on Transatlantic Flights to Sustain International Networks in 2022

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