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Articles tagged “low-cost carriers”

Airlines

Brazilian Airline Azul Embarks on an Unconventional Path to Recovery

All airlines are unhappy in the pandemic. But Azul is unhappy in its own way. Its strategic verve stands out.

Brazilian Airline Azul Embarks on an Unconventional Path to Recovery

Coronavirus

Europe Sees Modest Rebound in Cheap Flight Bookings: New Skyscanner Data

If you're looking for flickers of hope, new data suggests that budget airlines are seeing better-than-expected rebounds in Europe. But routes serving some countries, like beleaguered Spain, remain weaker than others.

Europe Sees Modest Rebound in Cheap Flight Bookings: New Skyscanner Data

Coronavirus

Low-Cost Carriers Put Squeeze on Airports in Coronavirus Cost Drive

If anyone knows how to drive a bargain, these three low-cost carriers do. Expect airports across Europe to struggle to say no to their demands.

Low-Cost Carriers Put Squeeze on Airports in Coronavirus Cost Drive

Coronavirus

Air Arabia CEO: Crisis Won’t Delay Joint Venture Launch With Etihad

Predicting any type of air travel demand is a tough call, yet alone budget travel for this particular region. Committing to the original June launch date for Air Arabia Abu Dhabi is optimistic.

Air Arabia CEO: Crisis Won’t Delay Joint Venture Launch With Etihad

Airlines

Lufthansa Considers Closing Down Germanwings

Will coranavirus take Germanwings as a victim? If so it likely won't be the only low-cost carrier to fail.

Lufthansa Considers Closing Down Germanwings

Airlines

Norwegian Air Secures Initial $26.6 Million From Government Rescue Package

There'll need to be much more money where this comes from if Norwegian is to survive the coronavirus crisis.

Norwegian Air Secures Initial $26.6 Million From Government Rescue Package

Airlines

Will Government Support be Enough to Keep Norwegian Air Going?

It sounds generous, but Norwegian probably needs more help. As one analyst noted, getting creditors onboard in the current circumstances may prove impossible.

Will Government Support be Enough to Keep Norwegian Air Going?

Airlines

Dire Case for Airlines Laid Out by Industry Trade Group

Even the best-run airlines will eventually run out of cash if ticket sales dry up. Governments across the world are going to have to step in.

Dire Case for Airlines Laid Out by Industry Trade Group

Airlines

EasyJet and IAG Make Massive Cuts in Battle for Survival

Time is ticking away for airlines across the world. Of course some are in a better state financially than others but in reality the industry needs governments to step in and offer help.

EasyJet and IAG Make Massive Cuts in Battle for Survival

Airlines

Norwegian Air Says It Will Run Out of Cash in Weeks

The situation is moving from severe to critical for Norwegian. Unless it gets significant government help, it won't survive the crisis.

Norwegian Air Says It Will Run Out of Cash in Weeks