Articles tagged “iberia”

Airline Weekly

IAG Rides Transatlantic Strength to Robust Summertime Profits

There was no place like the transatlantic for airlines, especially IAG, to make money this summer.

IAG Rides Transatlantic Strength to Robust Summertime Profits

Airline Weekly

IAG Looks at How to Appease European Regulators to Win Takeover of Air Europa

International Airlines Group still wants to takeover Air Europa by the end of next year — but first it must convince European regulators.

IAG Looks at How to Appease European Regulators to Win Takeover of Air Europa

Business Travel

Behind the Dutch Government’s Arduous Bid to Wrest Back Its Travel Program

After a vendor price-gouging lawsuit, the government is moving away from legacy travel companies and instead stitching together its own program to better control costs and gain access to a wider range of airlines and hotels. It took awhile to get there.

Behind the Dutch Government’s Arduous Bid to Wrest Back Its Travel Program

Airlines

IAG Wants Other Companies – Not Just Airlines – to Use Its Avios Points

IAG's Avios points are coveted among people who want free or reduced-priced flights. A company might prefer to adopt its currency rather than start its own program. But IAG needs to invest in technology to make earning and burning a more attractive proposition for consumers.

IAG Wants Other Companies – Not Just Airlines – to Use Its Avios Points

Airlines

Daily Podcast: Recession Fears Don’t Worry American Air CEO

Good morning from Skift. It's Monday, June 6, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: Recession Fears Don’t Worry American Air CEO

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

News Blog

Transatlantic Business Travel Recovery Leads at British Airways

International Airlines Group CEO Luis Gallego said Friday that corporate bookings on its flights to and from North America are leading the recovery of business travel at its airlines, which include British Airways and Iberia. "Business traffic is coming back," he said during the group's first-quarter earnings call on Friday. "We see that. For example,…

Airlines

Trains Offer New Promise in Europe’s Quest to Cut Aviation Emissions

European airlines and authorities are eager to tap rail links to replace short flights on the continent. But a recent air-rail connection in Paris showed the limits of the partnerships that take a lot more than will power to make work and, more importantly, woo travelers.

Trains Offer New Promise in Europe’s Quest to Cut Aviation Emissions

Airlines

Iberia Airlines Sees New Distribution Tactic as Way to Nose Ahead of Rivals

The Spanish flag carrier is overhauling its distribution process and plans to introduce new products in 2022. Its story provides insight into a flurry of announcements by other carriers aiming to make similar moves.

Iberia Airlines Sees New Distribution Tactic as Way to Nose Ahead of Rivals

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