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Reports coming out of the Spanish press today suggest British Airways might be ready to accept a 55% stake in its planned merger with Oneworld partner Iberia….
If you didn’t know the name Sir Allen Stanford a week ago, you certainly do now…
So Ryanair has formally launched its onboard mobile phone service. In the in-flight mobile connectivity world this is a big deal.
Here’s the latest twist in the battle for hearts and minds in the UK over aviation and the environment. Pro-aviation grouping Flying Matters has a launched campaign in which it wants the public to spot celebrities who have been vocal critics of the expansion of aviation,
After a pretty tortuous path overcoming the regulatory hurdles, there appear increasing signs we might be getting a bit closer to finding out how popular mobile phone use onboard aircraft is going to be, as there is a bit of momentum among the airlines testing the water. Interesting figures from Emirates today, the first to go […]
Some satisfaction being felt in Scotland this morning no doubt, after Flyglobespan announced a small group profit for the year ending October 2008. Preliminary figures show the carrier turned round a loss in 2007 to post a £1.2 million profit for the last 12 months during what by anyone’s standards has been a tough year. Flyglobespan was spitting feathers […]
Cost control is like brushing your teeth every day,” Swiss chief executive Christoph Franz says a colleague at partner Lufthansa once told him. “You have to do it every day even if you don’t like doing it
Here’s today installment in the Ryanair/Aer Lingus takeover battle. The two have been in a war of words again since Ryanair renewed its attempt to takeover its fellow Irish carrier before Christmas. Ryanair has since extended the deadline for acceptance of its offer, after securing only neglible formal take-up of its offer as of the original 5 […]
2008 has been year a tumultuous year for the airline industry. First its record high oil prices, then its what IATA chief Giovanni Bisignani terms the even bigger threat of global recession. Inevitably this has seen a year punctuated with high profile airline collapses, restructuring and consolidation moves. So as the year draws to a close, […]
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