Articles tagged “vueling”

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

Airlines

EasyJet’s Rail Deal Highlights New Airline Sector Way of Selling Trains and Flights

Airlines need to work more closely with railway operators to fend off climate change activists. But they also need to test new technological ways of selling content from other suppliers. Let's think beyond joint ventures, codeshares, and interlining.

EasyJet’s Rail Deal Highlights New Airline Sector Way of Selling Trains and Flights

Airline Weekly

IAG Sees Hope in Spain as Iberia, Vueling Roar Back

IAG Sees Hope in Spain as Iberia, Vueling Roar Back

Airlines

IAG Warns of Cuts at Aer Lingus Amid Uncertain European Recovery

IAG, one of Europe's largest airline groups, has an eye on the leisure travel recovery beginning in July if European governments cooperate. But with many restrictions still in place, the group is weighing taking further steps to restructure its operations, notably at Irish subsidiary Aer Lingus.

IAG Warns of Cuts at Aer Lingus Amid Uncertain European Recovery

Airline Weekly

The IAG Airline Acquisition That Will Create a New European Mega Hub

The IAG Airline Acquisition That Will Create a New European Mega Hub

Coronavirus

IAG’s Austrian Airline Level Europe Files for Insolvency

Although Level is a small division with just six planes, the crisis must be affecting parent company IAG severely if it's forced to make sacrifices like this to survive.

IAG’s Austrian Airline Level Europe Files for Insolvency

Airlines

Interview: IAG CEO on Protectionism, Low-Cost Competition and Passenger Experience

Willie Walsh is not afraid to make decisions that anger employee unions and disappoint some passengers. That may seem like poor strategy, but it's a big part of the reason that International Airlines Group is in better shape than most of Europe's other airlines. Sometimes, an executive must make unpopular decisions to ensure the long-term success of a business.

Interview: IAG CEO on Protectionism, Low-Cost Competition and Passenger Experience

Airlines

British Airways Parent Warns of Brexit-Related Profit Decline

It's a tough market for European airlines, who must deal with concerns about terrorism, as well as economic uncertainty. Things could get worse before they improve.

British Airways Parent Warns of Brexit-Related Profit Decline

Airlines

How 4 European Low-Cost Carriers Are Preparing for Their Own Brexit

Despite all the sabre-rattling, it could be business as usual for Europe's low cost carriers even if the United Kingdom leaves the EU.

How 4 European Low-Cost Carriers Are Preparing for Their Own Brexit

Airlines

6 Insights From Vueling’s CEO on Running the Contrarian Low-Cost Carrier

Vueling has pushed the technology envelope in the airline industry, benefiting not only its European customers but airline passengers around the world. That it's not done innovating yet is a very exciting thing for tomorrow's passenger experience.

6 Insights From Vueling’s CEO on Running the Contrarian Low-Cost Carrier