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.
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Due to my few posts last month, readers might assume that I took the month of February off to celebrate the birthday of the 747, which just happens to coincide with my own. I did. There was chocolate cake. But […]
This morning’s announcement of codeshare plans between SAS and Etihad Airways has very interesting implications for the Northern European travel market, and for Europe’s aviation industry as a whole.
Ryanair has announced an H1 Net Profit increase of 32% to €795m. Traffic grew by 4% to 51.3 million passengers, average air fares increased by 5% and total revenues rose by 9% to €3,537 million. Unit costs also fell by […]
Airbus has announced that the final assembly of VietJetAir’s first of up to 100 A320s on order is now underway in Toulouse, France; acquired by the airline under a deal finalised in February this year. The acquisition plan covers firm […]
Following a decision by the US Department of Transportation to delay its approval of Norwegian Air International (NAI), the airline has issued a statement that it remains confident it will ultimately gain approval. “While we think it is unfortunate that […]
AirAsia X, the long-haul affiliate of the Skytrax Winning AirAsia (World’s Best and Asia’s Best Low-Cost Carrier as announced today) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Airbus for 50 A330-900neo at Farnborough. This purchase will make Air Asia X […]
Airbus has made a big issue about wide seating proposing an 18-inch standard for the industry at large in long-haul service. Such a standard would not fit certain aircraft configurations, even some of Airbus’ aircraft, when airlines demand greater seat density […]