Category: AIRLINES & AIRPORTS

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Wizz Air Declared the Most Sustainable Airline in Europe

Reading Time: < 1 minute According to independent ESG analyst Sustainalytics, Hungarian carrier Wizz Air has been declared Europe’s most sustainable airline. The airline scored a 25.0 ESG Risk Rating, the lowest amongst all European carriers. Wizz Air CEO, Józef Váradi, said, “We are proud to be in this prestigious industry-leading position which confirms Wizz Air’s sustainability efforts. Having been […]

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Turkish Airlines Could Beat Pre-Pandemic Traffic This Summer

Reading Time: < 1 minute Turkish Airlines is optimistic about its prospects for the upcoming years and is looking to return to and overtake 2019 passenger numbers and load factors for the summer flying season. “Turkish Airlines was one of the carriers that performed best during the high season last year. We may have a better performance this year compared […]

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Delta Air Lines Reported a Full Year Profit for 2021

Reading Time: < 1 minute Delta Airline‘s GAAP net income was $280 million, in contrast to the $4.767 billion reported for 2019.  The airline’s CEO, Ed Bastian, said that the airline had made significant progress in recovering from COVID-19’s effect. As a result, it will be sharing some of its profit with employees with a payment made to eligible employees. […]

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Lufthansa Could Acquire Up to 40% of ITA Airways

Reading Time: < 1 minute According to the Italian newspaper Il Messaggero, Lufthansa Group is in negotiations with ITA Airways to take a stake of 15% to 40% of the capital of the new Italian airline. ITA Airways began its operations on October 15th, replacing the loss-making Alitalia. Since then, it has shown potential to establish itself as the flagship […]

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Allegiant Air Orders 50 New B737 MAX Aircraft

Reading Time: < 1 minute US low-cost carrier Allegiant Air confirmed plans to buy 50 new Boeing 737 MAX aircraft as it prepares for a post-pandemic rebound in tourism. According to Reuters, Allegiant “has experienced one of the strongest recoveries of US airlines,” Jefferies analyst Sheila Kahyaoglu wrote, adding that the order is evidence of post-pandemic confidence in leisure travel […]

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Ryanair Flight “With Fire on Board” Made Emergency Landing in France

Reading Time: < 1 minute A Ryanair flight from Manchester did an emergency landing in France after a fire reportedly erupted on board. The flight FR4052 took off at 6.33 pm yesterday and was due to land at around 9.30 pm in Faro, Portugal. But within an hour of departing, it had to descend, landing on the runway at Brest […]

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WestJet Cancels 15% of Flights Due to COVID-19 Related Staff Shortage

Reading Time: < 1 minute Many employees of WestJet Airlines are infected with the Omicron variant. Therefore the company had to cut 15% of its scheduled flights through to the end of January. “We are running roughly 450 flights a day. So if you look at the percentages, that works out to be about 60 or 70 flights that you […]

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Bamboo Airways Will Resume International Flights in January

Reading Time: < 1 minute Bamboo Airways will resume its international flights in January. Shortly after, it will add regular flights to Frankfurt and Munich. Bamboo plans to start with a weekly flight between Hanoi and Tokyo-Narita, Taipei and Seoul. At the same time, the Ho Chi Minh City – Tokyo-Narita and Hanoi / Ho Chi Minh City – Osaka […]

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Australian Startup Bonza Already Has 1000 Job Applications

Reading Time: < 1 minute A new Australian startup Bonza that will only start flying in the middle of 2022, says it has been swamped with job applications. “There are some wonderful and experienced aviation professionals available out there who are looking to get themselves back into the industry,” the airline’s CEO, Tim Jordan, said. Bonza requires candidates to be […]

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Ethiopian Airlines Will Resume B737 MAX Flights in February

Reading Time: < 1 minute Ethiopian Airlines plans to resume flying Boeing 737 MAX flights in February 2022. According to what its CEO said on Monday, the airline is satisfied with Boeing’s changes to the planes. “Safety is our topmost priority …. and it guides every decision we make and all actions we take,” Tewolde Gebremariam said in a statement. […]