Airlines

Ryanair Issues Profit Warning Despite Busy Winter

January 19, 2019 Andy Nelson

Europe’s most prominent low-cost carrier has today announced that it is cutting its profit forecast for this winter, blaming lower than expected airfares. In a trading update released on Jan. 18, Dublin-based Ryanair indicated that

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AirlineGeeks Year in Review: 2018

December 31, 2018 Mateen Kontoravdis

Aviation continues to keep people and economies connected as more people fly each year. As the 125th anniversary of the Wright Brothers’ first flight’s was celebrated on Dec. 17, aviation enthusiasts and professionals had an

Airlines

Germany to Ban Iran’s Mahan Air in January

December 23, 2018 Andy Nelson

The government of Germany is to impose a ban on Iran’s second largest airline, according to a report in the Bild newspaper. Mahan Air, which currently operates six times per week to destinations in Munich

Routes

British Airways Resumes Pakistan Service

December 19, 2018 Daniel Morley

British Airways has announced that it will resume nonstop flights to the Pakistani capital Islamabad. The flights will restart following a decade-long hiatus. The route will operate thrice weekly from London Heathrow, with flights beginning

Airports

Looking to Istanbul’s New Airport

November 4, 2018 Parker Davis

The opening of Istanbul’s new mega-airport, meant to help alleviate the difficulties that have arisen from operating the current Ataturk Airport at full capacity, has been plagued with difficulties and delays as the initial stage

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Mexico City Receives Lufthansa’s Airbus A350

October 29, 2018 Pablo Diaz

As a part of the effort to reinforce the seasonal extra offering, German carrier Lufthansa arrived in Mexico City International Airport this morning with an Airbus A350-900, instead of the regular A340-600. With a three-class

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