Air France counts cost of terrorism

Airline reports drop in demand for flights to Europe

Ryanair: plane sailing

Budget carrier’s profit margins expand even as it reduces fares further

Ryanair targets price war and growth

Low-cost airline will cut capacity at London’s Stansted airport

Tough competition hits American Airlines

Group predicts Brexit could boost near term transatlantic traffic

Terror, Brexit weigh on airlines’ profits

EU carriers also being affected by falling ticket prices linked to excessive capacity growth

Airline records Kenya’s worst ever loss

Carrier highlights the scale of the turnround task at the company

Geneva, Switzerland - January 9, 2016: A printed boarding pass for an easyJet flight from Geneva to Edinburgh held in a British passport, with passengers queueing to get onto the aeroplane in the background. A printed easyJet boarding pass held in a passport, in front of passengers boarding the flight in the background. Please note, image taken using a Samsung S6 smartphone.

Terror and Brexit disruption hit easyJet

Nice attack and Turkish coup attempt make outlook ‘uncertain’

Wizz Air swaps direction on Brexit vote

Budget carrier to cut UK growth in favour of plans for continent

ISTANBUL - May 4: Planes preparing for take off at Terminal 2 of Istanbul Airport on May 4, 2015 in Istanbul, Turkey. Istanbul airport is home port for Turkish Airlines and one of the biggest european hubs.

Turkish Airlines: a gulf to bridge

Coup attempt is the latest brake on the company’s rapid expansion

Summer shocks hit tour groups and airlines

Terror attacks and Brexit jolt tourism industry

Air show witnesses slowdown in jet orders

Airbus and Boeing focused on delivering aircraft to customers

Airbus’s move casts cloud over A380’s future

Slashing the production rate for the A380 will buy it time for a reinvention

Airbus slashes production of A380

Cut planned from 27 deliveries in 2015 to just 12 by 2018

Airbus fuels investor concern on slowdown

Executive highlights risk of gap between orders and deliveries

Keep calm and fly on despite EU vote

UK is under pressure to show its support for the aerospace sector at key trade fair

Opinion: Fresh aviation agreements must come first in a post-Brexit world

Iata’s Tony Tyler says the focus should be firmly on maintaining the benefits of connectivity

Aeroflot says privatisation will not fly

Russian airline boss says stake sale not in national interest

Aeroflot takes cue from European rivals

Russian airline expects profit this year after reducing costs

Air France-KLM finance director to leave

Departure comes at sensitive time for group, which is seeking to cut costs at its French arm

East Africa bets on air travel expansion

Uganda Airlines set to be revived amid predictions of losses


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