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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 ...
American Airlines | August 13, 2020
American Airlines is preparing to scrap flights serving two dozen small and medium cities as the expiration of federal coronavirus aid that placed restrictions on carriers from cutting service approaches, according to an executive at the airline. Carriers are required to maintain minimum levels of service through Sept. 30 under a $25 billion federal aid package that also prohibited layoffs through the end of the third quarter. American was granted $5.8 billion in support under the program....
GA Telesis | September 01, 2021
GA Telesis, LLC, the pioneering leader in integrated aviation services, announces its MRO Services Group has introduced a transmissivity test cell for repairing and overhauling aircraft radomes. The radome maintenance will be performed at the FAA and EASA-approved composite and aerostructures repair facility near Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International Airport. This new test cell is capable of testing a wide range of OEM platforms accommodating all Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, Cessna, Embraer, an...
Simple Flying | January 20, 2020
Earlier today at the US Embassy in Berlin, representatives of Serbia, Kosovo, the US and Lufthansa Group signed a historic agreement to establish an air link between Serbia and Kosovo. For the first time after 1998 when the two countries went to war, there will be flights between Belgrade and Pristina, and they will be launched by Eurowings. Why is this deal historic, and why will Lufthansa subsidiary Eurowings be the first airline to make use of it?...
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