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SAS Reports Further Passenger Traffic Reduction

Whether to continue enacting limitations and extending entry restrictions for international travel or to loosen and relax them remains a point of concern for many countries. As a result, the uncertainty has continued to affect major international airlines as their load factors have become increasingly dependent on these changes. Despite some hope for a recovery in the travel industry as COVID-19 vaccines began rolling out in recent months, several airlines like Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) continue to deal with the effects…

Qantas Modifies Passenger Experience To Encourage Travel

The first couple of months of the year usually see considerably lower travel demand and load factors after the peak of holiday traffic. This year, the  COVID-19 pandemic is playing a significant role in contributing to the lack of passengers onboard aircraft, and airlines have been forced to significantly cut…

Viva Aerobus Transported More Than 8 Million Passengers in 2020

Viva Aerobus, Mexico's ultra-low-cost airline, closed the year with more than 8 million passengers flying and a load factor of 80.5%. Viva Aerobus informed that in December 2020 it registered more than 1.1 million passengers transported, an increase of 15% compared to November 2020. These statistics are also close to…

Ryanair’s Profits Keep Rising, But Not for Long

Ryanair presented the fiscal year 2017 results, showing an increase of profits of ten percent, or £1.27 billions after tax. Despite one of its roughest years, when a combination of bad publicity, bad programming, pilot strikes and resignations hampered the low-cost carrier's operations, the airline still turned a profit. Passenger numbers…