Analysis: What Does New SAS Ownership Mean for Copenhagen
Copenhagen Airport will see some changes to its route map as SAS exits Chapter 11 with new owners including Air France-KLM.
Money-Losing Aerolíneas Argentinas Could Soon Be Employee-Owned
With Javier Milei elected in Argentina, the loss-making national carrier Aerolíneas Argentinas could become privatized and employees will take control.
WestJet Adds Flights From Atlantic Canada
WestJet adds transatlantic connections from Halifax, St. John and Toronto, filling a market left unserved since 2019.
Norse Plans to Fly Dreamliner to Antarctica
Norwegian carrier Norse Atlantic confirmed that it plans to fly a 787 to Antarctica on a one-off charter mission for scientific research.
New Report Shines Lights on Air Travel Behaviors
New Skyscanner Horizons report shines lights on travel behaviors and booking data, with travel predicted to grow in 2024 and travelers planning on spending more.
JetBlue Will Exit Amsterdam Market in 2024
JetBlue will not be granted slots at Amsterdam Schiphol in summer 2024 and will be forced to vacate the airport per recent reports.
Global Airlines CCO Optimistic, Committed to A380
Global Airlines plans to focus on A380s to grow its fleet. What does the future look like for Global Airlines and does its strategy make sense?
Qatar Airways CEO Al Baker Resigns After 27 Years
Qatar Airways CEO Akbar Al Baker resigns from his role after being one of the longest-serving airline executives in recent history.
The History Behind the World’s Oldest Airline
KLM is celebrating its 104th birthday, officially the world’s oldest airlines. The story looks at its history from the first flight to its recent success and failures, as well as its future with fleet renewal underway.
Cathay Pacific Orders More A321neos
Cathay Pacific is ordering 32 more A320neos. The order is a step towards growing its operation, thanks to positive signs of recovery.