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  • Transavia chief sees leisure focus key to ambitious growth plan

    Transavia will "fail" to become a leading low-cost European leisure carrier unless it ensures that it remains focused exclusively on leisure passengers, its chief executive Bram Graber warns.

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  • Alitalia to become 'sexiest airline in Europe': Hogan

    Alitalia will initiate a wide-ranging company rebranding in the first quarter of 2015 to transform it into "the sexiest...

  • Etihad and Alitalia seal strategic partnership

    ​Alitalia and Etihad have agreed a strategic tie-up which will see the Abu Dhabi-based carrier take a 49% in the...

  • A320 to compete with 200-seat Max for next Ryanair order: O'Leary

    Ryanair sees Boeing's 200-seat "minor model" of the 737 Max 8 and Airbus's planned 189-seat A320 as contenders for its...

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  • ANALYSIS: Leisure carriers look to adapt to new markets

    News | 17 Sep 2014 13:39 | Oliver Clark

    In August, Monarch's chief executive Andrew Swaffield revealed that after 56 years operating as a leisure carrier, it plans to cease charter operations for good in 2015 and focus entirely on scheduled low-cost operations.
  • Aeroflot bids to make Dobrolet successor safe from sanctions

    News | 17 Sep 2014 11:37 | Oliver Clark

    Aeroflot's successor to grounded low-cost subsidiary Dobrolet will not initially operate to Crimea, and is to be set up such that it does not breach EU sanctions, says the Russian flag carrier's deputy general director for strategy and alliances Giorgio Callegari.
  • Norwegian foresees US approval after November elections

    News | 17 Sep 2014 09:58 | Oliver Clark

    Norwegian's application to start transatlantic flights through an Irish-based subsidiary will not be approved until after the November mid-term elections in the USA, predicts chief executive Bjorn Kjos.
  • Ryanair could apply for own Cypriot AOC: marketing chief

    News | 17 Sep 2014 09:37 | Oliver Clark

    Ryanair will apply for its own Cypriot air operator’s certificate if it fails in its bid to acquire Cyprus Airways, says the Irish budget carrier's marketing chief Kenny Jacobs.
  • Ryanair sees growth potential in traditional markets

    News | 17 Sep 2014 08:41 | Oliver Clark

    Ryanair can boost passenger numbers to 150 million per annum with the next decade – from a current level of around 83 million – by exploiting the growth potential of markets already served by the Irish budget carrier, argues marketing chief Kenny Jacobs.
  • Aer Lingus chief warns of European short-haul 'bloodbath'

    News | 16 Sep 2014 16:09 | Oliver Clark

    There is going to be a "bloodbath" in the European short-haul business as carriers cut capacity and fleets in response to oversupply, predicts Aer Lingus chief executive Christoph Mueller.