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Government Extends Support to Cabo Verde Airlines Amid Financial Resurgence

The government of Cabo Verde has given the green light to the General Treasury Directorate to extend a state guarantee to Transportes Aéreos de Cabo Verde, S.A. (TACV) for a loan worth 250 million escudos (equivalent to $2.4 million USD)…

JetSetGo’s Billion-Dollar Ambition: Reshaping India’s Private Jet Landscape

Indian charter flight operator JetSetGo has made headlines regarding its expansion plans. The private jet operator intends to raise USD 900 million as well as plan for an IPO by 2027-28. This is not all; the operator is also planning…

Lufthansa’s Green Fare: A Hit or a Flop?

Lufthansa has recently released a statement summarizing one year of the so-called Green fares being live. The Green Option Seeking to serve a particular niche of customers and trying to fulfill its sustainability obligations, Lufthansa introduced a new fare brand…

Interview: David Neeleman Discusses Breeze Plans, Industry Outlook

Serial airline founder David Neeleman hopes to make his latest venture, Breeze Airways, profitable this year. In an interview with AirlineGeeks, he covered a wide array of topics from hiring trends to Breeze's plans for international service. Throughout his career…

Madagascar Airlines Rejoins IATA, Secures State Support for Two ATR…

Madagascar Airlines, previously known as Air Madagascar, has announced the restoration of its approval by the International Air Transport Association (IATA). This approval enables the airline to once again distribute its tickets through travel agencies and tour operators. Thierry de…