Articles tagged “profits”

Online Travel

Oyo Rating Downgraded by Fitch Amid Profit Concerns

Not too concerned about the Fitch downgrade, Oyo would rather look at the silver lining — a projected 80 percent growth in financial year 2023. The rating revision is in line with more modest expectations for Oyo's IPO.

Oyo Rating Downgraded by Fitch Amid Profit Concerns

Online Travel

Expedia Group Looks to Close the Lopsided Profit Margin Gap With Booking Holdings

Part of Expedia Group's long-running profit margin gap with Booking Holdings has been structural, but a significant piece of it has been inefficiencies. Expedia's Peter Kern is looking to bridge the great divide, but the outcome is far from assured.

Expedia Group Looks to Close the Lopsided Profit Margin Gap With Booking Holdings

Airlines

North America Is the Most Profitable Aviation Region, Go Figure

As the CEOs of major U.S. airlines predicted, consolidation has done wonders for the bottom line.

North America Is the Most Profitable Aviation Region, Go Figure

Airlines

More Flyers and Higher Fares Boost United’s 4Q Profit to $140 Million

United's 4Q profits completely turned around in one year in part to higher fares, but also higher ancillary revenue, which jumped 15 percent to almost $21 per passenger last quarter.

More Flyers and Higher Fares Boost United’s 4Q Profit to $140 Million

Airlines

Slow Growth in Emerging Markets Lead Airlines to Cut 2013 Profit Forecast

While the forecast drop looks like bad news, it's still a good year for airlines. If you can make money when business begins to slow, you're in good shape.

Slow Growth in Emerging Markets Lead Airlines to Cut 2013 Profit Forecast

Airlines

The airline business is a lousy one, airline industry study shows

IATA's numbers provide a fresh look at an under-performing industry, and the parameters of its proposed solutions are very predictable -- less taxation and weaker regulation.

The airline business is a lousy one, airline industry study shows

Airlines

Global airline profit forecast bumped upwards 20 percent this year

Lower oil prices and cost-cutting contributed to the more profitable forecast, and fee revenue increasing to 5 percent of total revenue doesn't hurt, either.

Global airline profit forecast bumped upwards 20 percent this year

Airlines

China’s three state-owned airlines saw significant profit drops in 2012

Chinese airlines carried more passengers in 2011, but rising fuel costs mandated by a state monopoly and paid for in dollars after being earned in yuan undermined passenger gains.

China’s three state-owned airlines saw significant profit drops in 2012

Airlines

Asia-Pacific airlines drive IATA’s increased airline profit forecast

The 1.3% increase in demand in mature-market North America pales in comparison to a contemplated 4.9% increase in passenger demand in Asia-Pacific.

Airlines

Delta is the second-most profitable U.S. airline, but it is the king of bag fees

Fees for bags, reservation changes, and seat upgrades have finally made U.S. airlines profitable, but the traveling pubic still isn't sold on the a la carte fee system.

Delta is the second-most profitable U.S. airline, but it is the king of bag fees