Articles tagged “luftansa”

Airline Weekly

Lufthansa Group Earnings: 5 Takeaways

The Lufthansa Group expects strong summer demand to continue this winter and into next year as European airlines face limits to growth.

Lufthansa Group Earnings: 5 Takeaways

Airline Weekly

Lufthansa Targets 2 Years For Payoff From ITA Airways Deal

Lufthansa Group CEO Carsten Spohr is confident in financial gains within two years of the pending acquisition of Italy's ITA Airways, despite the carrier's history of losses.

Lufthansa Targets 2 Years For Payoff From ITA Airways Deal

Airline Weekly

Air France-KLM Eyes Expansion in Booming South America With Potential TAP Deal

Air France-KLM, International Airlines Group, and the Lufthansa Group shared more than just a bullish outlook for travel demand during recent investor calls. They all want a bigger piece of the standout Latin or South America region

Air France-KLM Eyes Expansion in Booming South America With Potential TAP Deal

Airline Weekly

Lufthansa Nears ITA Airways Deal

Lufthansa is closer than ever to a deal for Italy's state-owned carrier, Alita..., oops, ITA Airways. But can Lufthansa turn loss-making ITA into a gem?

Lufthansa Nears ITA Airways Deal

Coronavirus

Sabre Is Counting on Google to Help It Ride Out the Coronavirus Storm

There’s no let-up in Sabre’s full-throttle technology transformation with Google, but there's a risk it could alienate some customers along the way.

Sabre Is Counting on Google to Help It Ride Out the Coronavirus Storm

Business Travel

Unused Airline Tickets Are Driving Corporate Travel Agencies Crazy Right Now

Many travel managers and even agencies were caught off guard by the pandemic, underestimating how long it could last. Cue the last minute dash to work out how to leverage all those unused tickets.

Airlines

Lufthansa Will Resume Flying to More Cities But With Fewer Flights

The airline group spent months negotiating its $10 billion rescue deal, and seems to know exactly what it will take to pay it back.

Airlines

Lufthansa to Step Up Restructuring After Posting a $2.35 Billion Loss

Restructuring won't be easy, and the process of paying off its latest debts won't be helped by numbers like the $1 billion hit from fuel hedging contracts. There's a long road ahead for the group.

Lufthansa to Step Up Restructuring After Posting a $2.35 Billion Loss

Business Travel

Airline Direct Selling Through Travel Agencies May Prove Its Worth After the Crisis

A crisis brings out either the best or worst in people. Technology is no different, and so-called New Distribution Capability could have a new lease of life.