Articles tagged “iag”

Airlines

Transatlantic Travel Rebound Faces an Unwelcome Slowdown

It's the world's most lucrative travel market, but airlines won't maximize their profits unless they divert more planes and resources to the various routes between the U.S. and Europe.

Transatlantic Travel Rebound Faces an Unwelcome Slowdown

Airline Weekly

Iberia CEO Says Now Is the Time to Invest and Expand in the IAG Airline

Iberia has led International Airlines Group during the crisis. Now, the Spanish airline is ready to grow and take risks its CEO Javier Sánchez-Prieto said.

Iberia CEO Says Now Is the Time to Invest and Expand in the IAG Airline

Airlines

European Airlines and Hotels See First Signs of the Recovery

After a bookings surge in the U.S., it's now over to Europe. But some airlines may be a little too eager to please and could end up promising more than they can deliver, while inflation also looks like it could spoil the party.

European Airlines and Hotels See First Signs of the Recovery

Tourism

Don’t Just Blame Airlines for Climate Problems

British Airlines owner IAG says all the right things about supporting innovation to combat climate change, but with a net zero C02 emission pledge by 2050, it doesn't appear to be in an existential hurry.

Don’t Just Blame Airlines for Climate Problems

Business Travel

Travelport’s Quest to Simplify Bookings for Returning Business Travelers

Travelport is certainly firming up a lot of the themes alluded to in its rebranding. And it's good timing, as the travel tech giant's reincarnation may well coincide with the business travel sector's delayed recovery.

Travelport’s Quest to Simplify Bookings for Returning Business Travelers

Airlines

IAG to Pony Up $85 Million Breakup Fee as Air Europa Deal Goes South

The price of ambition, and the price of failure.

IAG to Pony Up $85 Million Breakup Fee as Air Europa Deal Goes South

Coronavirus

South Africa Covid Variant Poses New Threat to Airlines and Tour Operators

Expect swift and radical precautionary measures in the weeks ahead, because the travel industry can't afford another lost winter.

South Africa Covid Variant Poses New Threat to Airlines and Tour Operators

Airline Weekly

British Airways and Iberia Parent Looks to Next Summer For Full Recovery

International Airlines Group (IAG) has no qualms about flying too much next summer. Instead, it plans to fly nearly as much as it did in 2019, with an aim in capturing all the pent up travel demand everyone is talking about. No matter that everyone else is doing the same.

British Airways and Iberia Parent Looks to Next Summer For Full Recovery

Airlines

British Airways Owner IAG Taps Hotel Exec as New Chief Financial Officer

It doesn't appear as though Whitbread's Nicholas Cadbury has much, if any, airline experience. No worries, he'll be a fast learner.

British Airways Owner IAG Taps Hotel Exec as New Chief Financial Officer

Coronavirus

EasyJet Reportedly Rejected Wizz Air Takeover Bid

CEO Johan Lundgren wants to steal market share from the likes of British Airways and Air France-KLM as they restructure their short-haul operations, but is the money enough to give it a headstart against Ryanair?

EasyJet  Reportedly Rejected Wizz Air Takeover Bid