Airline CFOs Are Somewhat Optimistic Despite Mixed-Bag Market Conditions, IATA Reports

IATA has released the results of its latest business confidence survey of airlines CFOs and heads of cargo.

It reveals a cautious optimism among airline execs over the continued stability of the airline industry, while drawing attention to challenges ahead.

Norwegian Reports 14% Passenger Growth in September, 50% Growth on Long-Haul Routes

Norwegian reports that it carried almost 2.8 million passengers in September, which is an increase of 14 percent compared to the same month last year.

IATA Profits Report Proves Premium Passengers Still Rule

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) has released its July report of the Airlines Financial Monitor, showing Premium services are still an important buffer for airlines against economic downturns. “The premium segment continues to offer an important buffer for overall […]

SAS Reports +50% Increase In Demand for New Business Class

SAS reports positive demand and passenger growth for April, compared to April of last year.

Focus on Scandinavia’s Frequent Travellers is Recipe for Success for SAS

In his comments to the airline’s Interim Report for November 2014-July 2015, SAS’s CEO, Rickard Gustafson, highlights the success of the airline’s focus on frequent flyers.