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AirlinesJet Airways: 11 aircraft grounded by leasing companies
Preventive move to contain losses in case of bankruptcy
The leasing companies have asked Jet Airways to land a large number of aircraft, in an attempt to avoid what happened with the failure of Kingfisher Airlines in 2012 that the landlords are obliged to lose... more
AirlinesQantas: order of medium-range aircraft next year
A-320neo or B-737 MAX, but with the unknown factor of the new Boeing aircraft
In the next year Qantas will begin to replace its fleet of medium-range aircraft, mainly used for internal connections to Australia and those directed to neighboring countries. To explain it -interviewed... more
AirlinesBoD of Air France-Klm gave trust to Benjamin Smith
The decisions taken yesterday on governance and strategies
The Board of Directors of Air France-KLM unanimously approved yesterday the presentation of Benjamin Smith, CEO Air France-KLM, outlining his ambitions for the Group, principles of managerial governance,... more
AirlinesAlitalia. The three-party talks continue: FS, easyJet and Delta meet in London
The industrial plan is the node to dissolve
After yesterday rumors have leaked about what should be the plan for the new Alitalia which would involve the division into two separate newco operating one from the hub of the Milan-Linate airport and... more
AirlinesAir France: SNPL pilots accept the agreement with the carrier
It will guarantee equal treatment compared to Dutch employees
The pilots of Air France have approved with 85% of the votes in favor of the agreement signed with Benjamin Smith by the union SNPL, or the only one that had not found yet an agreement with the carrier.... more
AirlinesLatam: the Chilean carrier will buy the Brazilian shares
Process of rationalization possible after the change to the law on foreign ownership
The Chilean subsidiary of the Latam Airlines Group has asked to the Brazilian antitrust an opinion to permit the closing of the operation that will allow it to increase the shares of Latam Brazil to 51%.... more
AirlinesAir France-KLM: agreement at the last minute to "save" Elbers?
The knots will be dissolved today
The board of directors of Air France-KLM should meet today both to present the results of the Group in the past year and to decide the future of the President and CEO of the company Pieter Elbers, on... more
AirlinesFlybmi: still a bankruptcy for a carrier
Two black years for airlines in Europe
After Air Berlin, Germania, Small Planet Airlines, Monarch, Primera a new failure for a carrier in Europe. This time it was closed by the British company Flybmi, which announced on Saturday that it had... more
AirlinesSouthwest Airlines. FAA opens investigation for calculation errors in weight of baggage
A potential danger for aircraft balancing
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) would open -according to "The Wall Street Journal"- an investigation into the low-cost carrier Southwest Airlines, in order to shed light on the calculations made... more
AirlinesWill South African Airways be divided into three different carriers?
Last attempt to save the airline from bankruptcy
After the government of South Africa has repeatedly closed the possibility of launching a new bailout for the South African Airways carrier, it seems that -according to the local press- a solution has... more
AirlinesNorwegian Air: shares for sale at one third of the real value
Attempt to put cash in cash
In an attempt to increase economic income, the low-cost carrier Norwegian Air should place on the stock market a third of the real market value, so as to "fall" part of those finances "burned" by the decision... more
AirlinesCityJet: SSJ-100 aircraft returned to Sukhoi
They were leased to Brussels Airlines
The Irish airline CityJet would have decided to refuse to continue using the Russian Sukhoi Superjet SSJ-100, for reasons that would be unknown even if -according to the Russian press- it seems that the... more
AirlinesAircraft. Thomas Cook: 3 banks in charge of finding buyers
Lufthansa, easyJet and Ryanair are in the running
The Thomas Cook Group would -according to "Reuters"- contact three banks (Credit Suisse, Morgan Stanley and Bank of America Merrill Lynch) to entrusted these for the task of finding potential investors... more
AirlinesChina Airlines: 7 days of strike for the carrier
20,000 passengers at ground. Negotiations with the trade unions continue
Although a first agreement between China Airlines and the pilots was found, the strike by airline employees continued for a week, and so far forced the company to cancel more than 100 connections to China,... more
AirlinesAir France-KLM. Meeting between Smith and exponents of the Dutch government
The desire to protect KLM's interests and the role of Elbers has been reaffirmed
In an attempt to solve the new "crisis" in Air France-Klm this morning, the CEO of the Group, Benjamin Smith, met the Dutch finance and transport ministers in The Hague. The aim of the meeting was to find... more
AirlinesJet Airways: approved by the BoD the transformation of debt into shares?
Next phase will be a step backwards of the president
The Board of Directors of Jet Airways would have approved the agreement for the rescue of the carrier that foresees the transformation of the debt in actions of the total value of approximately 1,2 billion... more
AirlinesRyanair. Jacobs: "There will be no strikes next Summer"
Certainty of resolving all the problems with the trade unions by March
"There should be no strikes next Summer", as the Ryanair's Chief Marketing Officer Kenny Jacobs said to journalists in London who asked him about the future of low-cost airline workers. Jacobs also added... more
AirlinesAir Arabia: in the next few months, order for 100 airplanes
Will the low-cost continue to grow?
The low-cost Emirate Air Arabia would be considering the possibility of placing an order for 100 aircraft in the coming months, in what would be the largest commercial agreement signed with Airbus or Boeing... more
AirlinesEtihad: drastic cut to the number of ordered planes
Attempts to return positively continue
The cuts made by Etihad Airways continue. After having closed unprofitable flights and reduced the number of personnel employed, it has now seen a drastic reduction in orders made to Boeing and Airbus... more
AirlinesAir France-KLM: the Group's future be decided on Monday?
There will be an internal crisi if Elbers will be removed as CEO?
Next Monday, the board of directors of Air France-KLM will make a decision regarding the leadership of the Dutch carrier, above all the doubt on the future of the president and CEO of KLM Pieter Elders will... more
AirlinesAlitalia: easyJet specifies that the negotiations will still be long
Participation and business plan still to be defined
The board of Ferrovie dello Stato (FS) gave -yesterday late in the afternoon- the go-ahead to deal with Delta and easyJet to include them in the share ownership of the "new" Alitalia; decision followed... more
AirlinesBrexit. IAG Group: a limit for non-European shareholders?
The only way to avoid the revocation of the operating license of carriers
In order to solve the potential problem relating to the non-European ownership of IAG, the management of the Air Group, which owns British Airways, Iberia, Vueling and Aer Lingus, is considering setting... more
AirlinesAir France-KLM: also Hoekstra is on the side of Elbers
The Dutch Finance Minister calls for an intervention by the French counterpart
During yesterday's meeting between Ministers of Finance Wopke Hoekstra and Bruno Le Maire, the Dutch politician expressed his full support to the current President and CEO of KLM Pieter Elbers, which could... more
AirlinesThomas Cook Airlines: carrier for sale?
Interest especially for slots
The British operator Thomas Cook would be willing to sell its carrier -Thomas Cook Airlines- in order to reduce losses by financing part of the debt through the sale of one of the largest items of expenditure.... more
AirlinesJet Airways: 4 airplanes grounded for economic problems
The future will be decided on February 21st
Jet Airways has grounded four planes after the leasing companies have asked to be paid in the short term, but it is not clear whether this decision was taken voluntarily or whether it came after a court... more
AirlinesAir France-KLM: new internal break or compromise?
The disagreements between Benjamin Smith and Pieter Elbers continue
Will there be a new leak from the Air France-KLM Group? The next to leave could be the president of the carrier KLM Pieter Elbers who could leave his post by February 20, despite the contractual deadline... more
AirlinesAlitalia: in January second most punctual airline in the world
89.04 per cent of flights arrived on-time. According to US company FlightStats
Alitalia has ranked second most punctual airline in the world in January 2019 with 89.04 per cent of flights landed on schedule, according to the report published by FlightStats, the US independent society... more
AirlinesAlitalia: February 14th meeting between unions, Di Maio and extraordinary commissioners
Paleari: "For March there will be the industrial partner"
The Minister of Economic Development and of Labor -and Deputy Prime Minister- Luigi Di Maio convened the unions on February 14 in Rome to talk about the future plans for the relaunch of Alitalia. In addition... more
AirlinesNorwegian Air: found a partner to share air ownership
It would be an Asian company
Among the various strategies implemented by Norwegian Air to reduce costs and to return to being profitable was to find an industrial partner with whom to share the ownership of the aircraft, so as to... more
AirlinesGovernment: final go-ahead for the extension of the Alitalia bridge loan
Deadline to 30 June 2019
The Chamber of Deputies voted -yesterday- the trust on the decree Simplifications, and tomorrow's final vote on the provision will be practically only a formality since the Government can count on a large... more