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Lufthansa Bets A350 Can Turn All Munich Long-Haul Profitable
Deutsche Lufthansa AG is banking on Airbus Group SE’s latest A350 wide-body jet to shore up its Munich hub, where the deployment of less efficient…
Europe’s Airline Majors Take Momentum From EasyJet, Ryanair
Now look who’s laughing.
No-Frills Airline Frontier Files for U.S. Initial Offering
After three years of slashing costs and shaking up its flight routes, Frontier Group Holdings Inc. is ready to pitch its story to public investors.
AirAsia Plans Vietnam Venture on Southeast Asia Travel Boom
AirAsia Bhd., the low-cost carrier headed by Malaysian tycoon Tony Fernandes, plans to start a Vietnamese carrier in a local partnership, as cheap fares and…
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Lufthansa Plots Long-Haul Budget Expansion to Counter Rivals
Deutsche Lufthansa AG wants to add long-distance airplanes to its low-cost Eurowings arm as competition for discount travelers from Europe to the Americas intensifies.
Cathay to Squeeze More Seats on B777-300 Plane in Earnings Push
Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd., the premium airline that is seeking ways to revive earnings after its first annual loss in eight years, plans to cram…
Airline Price War Puts China Eastern in the Firing Line
Airlines operate in such a brutally competitive market that it's sometimes tempting to view them as an undifferentiated group.
Fiji Airways Extends SFO Seasonal Flights to Year-Round
Fiji Airways, Fiji’s National Carrier, has announced the extension of its seasonal non-stop San Francisco – Nadi (Fiji) flights to a year-round service, following a…
United’s New Luxury 777 Cabin Stumbles on Zodiac Seat Delays
United Airlines faces a new setback in its bid to win back business customers as production snags hinder deliveries of Boeing Co. jetliners outfitted with…
Delta, Korean Air to Form Joint Venture to Share Costs, Revenue
Delta Air Lines Inc. and Korean Air Lines Co. agreed to form a joint venture to share costs and revenue on flights across the Pacific…