Airlines

Ryanair Reports Strong First Half Results

November 1, 2017 Andy Nelson

On Tuesday, Ryanair announced its first half (H1) results, reporting increased revenue and passenger numbers compared to the same period last year. This is despite controversies earlier this year when a number of flights were

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A Forgotten Part of Oneworld: S7 Airlines

November 1, 2017 Joe Pesek

American Airlines. British Airways. Cathay Pacific. All three are household names for international travel, and along with ten other airlines serve as integral members of the Oneworld alliance. However, one airline sticks out in Oneworld

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Qantas Celebrates Delivery of First 787

October 17, 2017 Ashley Magoon

On October 16, Qantas celebrated the delivery of its first Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft at the Boeing factory in Seattle with a special ceremony. “Taking delivery of a new type of aircraft is always an

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Chaebol Conquest: A Look at Korean Aviation

October 11, 2017 Ian McMurtry

While many western companies have seen the rise of corporate conglomerates since the 1990s, the South Korean market has had a long history of Korean conglomerates, which are locally called chaebols, dominating the market. As

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Monarch Collapses, Other Carriers Rush In

October 4, 2017 Jace Moseley

With the shutdown of Monarch Airlines on Monday, many other European airlines have seen direct effects already taking place. While it is never good to see an airline shutdown, benefits can be seen for other

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