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Airline-data

Airline coronavirus recovery tracker: March 2021 update

Our regular examination of the latest global data for several key airline market indicators, including international and domestic travel restrictions, traffic and capacity in passenger and cargo markets, in-service and stored fleets, jet fuel costs, and share price trends for the world’s largest groups.

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News

Ryanair chief Wilson hopeful of ‘extended summer’

Ryanair chief executive Eddie Wilson remains optimistic of a strong lift in air travel in Europe this summer and expects consumers will extend holiday plans later into the year

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Analysis

Airline recovery hopes blighted by slow recovery despite bright pockets

It says something about the depth of the airline industry’s troubles that even an extra $9 billion in losses this year would leave the industry significant healthier than in 2020.

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News

JetBlue and American unveil next stage of ‘Northeast Alliance’

American Airlines and JetBlue Airways are again expanding their networks from Boston and New York’s John F Kennedy International airport as part of their so-called Northeast Alliance.

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News

Emirates boss Clark confident premium seats will be filled

Emirates Airline president Tim Clark believes airlines will be able to fill business-class and premium-economy seats following the pandemic even if demand for corporate travel remains depressed.