Recovery

O’Leary: Ryanair to serve 10.5 million passengers in August

Ryanair CEO Michael O'Leary says  the airline is recovering strongly, expecting to fly around 10.5 million passengers in August 2021.  ...


Avianca files motion seeking certain approvals related to exit debt financing

Avianca seeks legal approval for documents related to debt financing, which marks the airline’s first step towards exiting bankruptcy....


Wizz Air anticipates full recovery in 2022

 Wizz Air CEO anticipates full recovery from the pandemic in 2022....


IAG bets on contactless technologies to speed up recovery

IAG reports the operating loss of €1,068 for Q1 2021 and bets on contactless technology as well as digital passports to encourage the air travel recovery....


Finnair hopes for “gradual recovery” in late summer 2021

Finnair sees travel demand “gradually” recovering in late summer 2021....


Thai Airways to drastically cut staff and fleet size by 2025

Thai Airways plans to drastically cut its staff and fleet size by 2025....


When will aviation recover in full?

Analysts forecast that the aviation industry will start to recover in 2021, but the road to a full recovery is expected to be long and difficult.  ...


Experts: Ryanair’s debt to triple to €1.2 billion, recovery in 2022

The experts predicted that Ryanair’s debt would triple to €1.2 billion by March 2021. However, the airline should recover in 2022....


IndiGo to surrender ‘leave without pay’ scheme by 2021

IndiGo CEO Ronojoy Dutta reportedly announced the airline’s plan to surrender the “leave without pay” program....


Mexico – the leader of aviation recovery in Latin region

6 months ago, Latin America began facing the COVID-19 pandemic which has done a negative impact for the vast majority of the countries. Only now some countries started to open their borders and Mexico...