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Spirit | July 23, 2020
Earnings season for airlines in the age of coronavirus means one thing: There are very few numbers that executives are excited to talk about. Spirit Airlines on Thursday was no exception. The ultra-low-cost airline reported that its total operating revenue for the second quarter was $138.5 million, a decrease of 86 percent year over year. But the airline is betting its low-cost structure could help it when the airline industry begins to recover.
“We expect the rest of the summer to ...
Starburst | September 02, 2020
Starburst, the world's first and only global aerospace and defence accelerator, today announced the launch of the Aviation Tech Accelerator Program, designed to champion technology and innovation in Singapore and strengthen the country's opportunity for future innovation, disruption, and partnerships relating to new aviation technologies. The program is supported by Enterprise Singapore, Singapore Airlines, SATS and Panasonic Avionics Corporation, with mentorship support from community p...
Simple Flying | January 17, 2020
Canadian operator WestJet is planning a new transatlantic service. The Boeing 737 operated flight would be used to connect Canada’s Halifax to Manchester in the United Kingdom. The seasonal flight is set to operate over the 2020 summer period. WestJet is launching its third route from Halifax to the United Kingdom this summer. Accompanying its existing routes to London and Glasgow, the new connection will be operated by a Boeing 737 aircraft. Launching in June, the route will remain in ope...
JetBlue | July 28, 2020
JetBlue Airways on Tuesday said it swung to a loss in the second quarter and forecast that revenue will fall by about 80% in the third quarter as the coronavirus pandemic promises a choppy recovery in travel demand. The New York-based airline carried just 616,000 passengers in the three months ended June 30, down more than 94% from the 11 million who flew JetBlue in the same period last year. Revenue plunged about 90% to $215 million from more than $2.1 billion in the second quarter of 2019....
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