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A Ryanair 737-800 at Paine Field. (Photo: AirlineGeeks | Katie Bailey)

Ryanair Expects More Than $1 Billion in Losses

The impact of COVID-19 has been unprecedented in the air transport industry as in many economic sectors around the world. Many airlines are facing serious economic difficulties this year due to the important decrease in demand. Many big legacy carriers are asking national governments to help them with big loans and national rescues, but this is not the case for most low-cost carriers. While some European low-cost airlines, as easyJet or Norwegian, have asked the for national loans, the biggest…

Flybe Propels Into Profit Loss, Looks Towards Fleet Reduction

UK regional carrier Flybe announced this week that it finished in the red with a £20 million loss this year to the end of March, swinging from a £2.7 million profit the year before. Although company revenues increased by 13.4 percent to £707 million, the causes for the pre-tax loss…