Articles tagged “sas”

Airline Weekly

Norwegian Air Picks Up Business Travelers as SAS Struggles

Profitable Norwegian Air is confident in this coming winter, and picking up lucrative corporate travel share from struggling competitor SAS.

Norwegian Air Picks Up Business Travelers as SAS Struggles

Airline Weekly

Europe’s Startup Airlines Face a Long Winter

Winter is always a tough time for Europe's airlines. This winter looks even tougher for pandemic startups as they navigate inflation, high energy costs, and stiff competition.

Europe’s Startup Airlines Face a Long Winter

Airline Weekly

SAS and Norwegian Air See Pre-Pandemic Winter Travel Trends Returning

Scandinavia's two largest airlines, SAS and Norwegian Air, may see pre-pandemic travel trends returning but both face their own restructuring challenges.

SAS and Norwegian Air See Pre-Pandemic Winter Travel Trends Returning

News Blog

Bankrupt Airline SAS and Pilots Reach Deal Ending Two-Week Strike

Scandinavian airline SAS and its pilot unions reached a deal late on Monday that ended a 15-day strike. The multi-year accord includes needed cost savings and productivity improvements for the airline, SAS said. And pilots received a commitment from the carrier to rehire 450 furloughed crew members, as well as SAS's backing of a $97…

Airlines

SAS Joins List of Airline Failures and Bankruptcies Since Pandemic’s Start

The list of pandemic airline bankruptcies keeps growing even as travel bounces back faster than anticipated. But hundreds-of-millions-of-dollars in government aid didn't save SAS, which became the latest victim Tuesday.

SAS Joins List of Airline Failures and Bankruptcies Since Pandemic’s Start

Airline Weekly

SAS Airlines’ Bankruptcy Follows Months of a Showdown Over Aircraft Leases

The pandemic took its latest aviation victim with Scandinavia's SAS filing for Chapter 11 Tuesday. But the bankruptcy is more about extracting cost savings from aircraft lessors than breaking a pilots strike that has grounded much of the airline.

SAS Airlines’ Bankruptcy Follows Months of a Showdown Over Aircraft Leases

Airline Weekly

SAS Threatens Bankruptcy Unless the Airline Gets a Deal on Cost Savings

The years-long business transformation at Scandinavia's SAS could be derailed unless the airline can pry more costs out its operations. If it can't CEO Anko Van der Werff is threatening the European equivalent of bankruptcy protection.

SAS Threatens Bankruptcy Unless the Airline Gets a Deal on Cost Savings

Airline Weekly

SAS to Slash $806 Million in Costs for an Airline Industry Changed Forever

SAS is confronting a radically different Scandinavian airline market now than it had at the start of the pandemic. New competition from startups like Flyr and a restructured Norwegian Air mean SAS will have to continue cutting costs in order to stay competitive.

SAS to Slash $806 Million in Costs for an Airline Industry Changed Forever

Business Travel

Airlines Unlikely to Play a Big Role Slowing Climate Change: New Report

In terms of saving the planet, the next best thing to not flying long-haul could be flying on a plane that uses sustainable fuel. Many companies are buying into this now, but it's still early days.

Airlines Unlikely to Play a Big Role Slowing Climate Change: New Report

Online Travel

Data Breach Affects More Than 2 Million Frequent Flyers Across Airline Alliances

It's easy to feel jaded about data breaches given how often they happen. But it will raise eyebrows that hackers obtained data on loyalty flyers of Cathay Pacific, Finnair, Japan Airlines, Lufthansa, Malaysia Airlines, Singapore Airlines, United, and other carriers by exploiting a SITA tech system not used by most of them.

Data Breach Affects More Than 2 Million Frequent Flyers Across Airline Alliances