Articles tagged “fuel prices”

Airlines

Spain’s Airlines Could Surpass Pre-Covid Levels This Winter

It would be a milestone of sorts if Spain's airlines can operate more flights this winter than they did before anyone knew about Covid-19. But given the twists and detours of the pandemic, you need to consider all such forecasts with a degree of skepticism.

Spain’s Airlines Could Surpass Pre-Covid Levels This Winter

Tourism

Rising Gas Prices to Hit U.S. Road Trippers This Memorial Day Weekend

Americans in large numbers are excited to hit the road over this year's Memorial Day weekend. But those drivers won't find that weekend fun cheap, that's for sure.

Rising Gas Prices to Hit U.S. Road Trippers This Memorial Day Weekend

Tourism

Why a Little Inflation Could Be Good for the Travel Sector

Many people in the U.S. have suddenly become worried about inflation. But experts and executives say the latest price hikes are mostly "good" inflation ... at least as far as the travel sector is concerned.

Why a Little Inflation Could Be Good for the Travel Sector

Airlines

Airline Stocks Slide as Oil Prices Rise Again

Fuel prices have taken airlines for a ride, and it looks like the roller coaster will continue. Carriers should plan for the worst and hope for the best.

Airline Stocks Slide as Oil Prices Rise Again

Airlines

United Airlines Capitalizes on Robust Demand Amid Falling Fuel Prices

Two months ago, airlines were panicked about the price of fuel. But fuel is now cheaper than it was before the run-up, and business is booming. It seems like it's a good time again to be an airline executive.

United Airlines Capitalizes on Robust Demand Amid Falling Fuel Prices

Airlines

Record Profits Can’t Stop Qantas Investors Fretting About Rising Fuel Prices

Announcing record profit should please investors, right? Well, yes, but they've always got an eye on the future, and with fuel prices rising, times are going to get tougher for airlines like Qantas.

Record Profits Can’t Stop Qantas Investors Fretting About Rising Fuel Prices

Airlines

American Airlines Jettisons Another Loss-Making China Route

American Airlines needs to shake things up as its performance suffers. Getting rid of routes considered “colossal loss makers” seems like an obvious move.

American Airlines Jettisons Another Loss-Making China Route

Airlines

U.S. Airlines Hope to Charge Passengers More as Fuel Prices Climb

U.S. airlines got a little fat and happy when fuel prices were at historically low levels. Passengers loved it too, because prices on competitive routes came down. But that's ending now, and travelers should get used to the new normal.

U.S. Airlines Hope to Charge Passengers More as Fuel Prices Climb

Airlines

Airports Race to Renovate Before Oil Prices Climb

Let's include "rising oil prices" on the list of reasons the LaGuardia renovation of our dreams will hit snags.

Airports Race to Renovate Before Oil Prices Climb

Airlines

U.S. Airline Investors Anxious About Fuel Costs and Shrinking Margins

Emirates may be able to find the silver lining on high fuel costs, which encouraged a broader economic recovery in the Gulf region, but most airlines aren't so lucky.

U.S. Airline Investors Anxious About Fuel Costs and Shrinking Margins