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  • Heathrow, Gatwick expansion costs under-estimated: Davies

    Analysis of the proposed runway expansion plans at London's Heathrow and Gatwick airport short-listed by the UK commission looking into future capacity, suggests costs have been under-estimated for all three projects in their submissions.

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  • EasyJet trials loyalty scheme in bid to boost retention

    ​UK low-cost carrier EasyJet is trialing a new frequent flyer initiative as it bids to increase its proportion of...

  • FARNBOROUGH: AerCap firms 50 more A320neos

    Aircraft lessor AerCap has firmed an order for 50 Airbus A320neos taking its total orders for the type to 200.

  • New Glasgow base sets up Ryanair UK domestic return

    ​Irish carrier Ryanair will return to UK domestic services after a three-year break this winter after establishing a...

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  • ANALYSIS: Aer Lingus makes attractive option for IAG

    News | 19 Dec 2014 12:15 | Graham Dunn

    IAG's rejected move for Aer Lingus illustrates the progress both companies have made in clearing some of their biggest challenges as consolidation returns to the European airline agenda.
  • ANALYSIS: Can European carriers find profits momentum?

    News | 17 Dec 2014 10:44 | Graham Dunn

    European airlines have strengthened their tentative grip on profits in 2014, but restructuring remains very much a work in progress for many.
  • ANALYSIS: African airlines hope for speedy recovery

    News | 16 Dec 2014 14:44 | Graham Dunn

    For Africa's airline industry, 2014 has been another year of muted progress, as geopolitical, social, and local factors continue to block the path to consistent profitability.
  • ANALYSIS: Ryanair's new profits course takes shape

    News | 12 Dec 2014 09:44 | Graham Dunn

    If there was some scepticism when Michael O'Leary a year ago began taking tentative steps in repositioning Ryanair, a fourth profit upgrade of this financial year suggests that the budget airline many loved to hate is doing something right.
  • IATA confident of sufficient demand to meet extra capacity

    News | 11 Dec 2014 17:10 | Graham Dunn

    IATA director general Tony Tyler believes demand is there to meet the above-average capacity airlines are bringing to the market next year, pointing to the large potential that remains in the emerging market.
  • ANALYSIS: Will lower fuel costs alter airline strategies?

    News | 11 Dec 2014 10:49 | Graham Dunn

    While the recent relenting in oil prices has provided airlines with an unexpected but welcome easing of their costs, the pain that has been caused by fuel volatility makes it unlikely that carriers will too drastically alter their current course.