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    1. September 8, 2014

      Ryanair signals fresh expansion with $11bn deal for Boeing 737s

      Ryanair is to buy at least 100 of Boeing’s next-generation short-haul aircraft that will seat up to 200 people, in a $11bn...

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      July 20, 2014

      Oil and an independent Kurdistan

      Flying east over the mountains into the new international airport of Erbil, the administrative capital of Kurdistan, you are...

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    1. June 27, 2014

      Big Data: welcome to the Matrix

      If you haven’t heard, big data is everywhere. But not for investors: pure-play options are as rare as a glitch in the...

    2. February 23, 2014

      Sweden’s directors braced for EU rule change

      Sweden’s much praised system of ownership and corporate governance will be undermined by new EU rules on directorships, say...

    3. FT Alphaville

      February 7, 2014

      The (early) Lunch Wrap

      Good morning New York, FT ALPHAVILLE Hot potato passed, bailout legality edition: Dan’s notes that the German constitutional...

    4. February 7, 2014

      SAS to raise $600m through shares and convertible bonds

      Scandinavian airline SAS plans to raise more than $600m from a preference share and convertible bond issue to shore up its...

    5. December 19, 2013

      SAS makes first annual profit since 2007

      SAS has made its first annual profit since 2007 as the Scandinavian airline reaped benefits from the deep cost-cutting...

    6. November 22, 2013

      Nordic highlights

      Dear Prime Ministers Solberg of Norway, Reinfeldt of Sweden, Thorning-Schmidt of Demark, and Katainen of Finland. For the...

    7. October 25, 2013

      Short cuts: Heston Blumenthal in a food festival in Italy; Toronto’s $130m indoor aquarium

      Italy Heston Blumenthal is to host a food and skiing festival at the foot of Mont Blanc in February 2014. Blumenthal, chef...

    8. September 17, 2013

      Turbulent market forces Air France to cut 2,600 more jobs

      Air France-KLM will announce on Wednesday that it plans to cut at least another 2,600 jobs, an admission that...

    9. September 8, 2013

      Norway Conservatives look to part-privatise companies

      Norway’s probable next government is looking to part-privatise a slew of state-owned companies as eight years of centre-left...

    10. September 4, 2013

      Ryanair setback weighs on airline peers

      Airline stocks were the poorest performers on pan-European indices after Ireland’s Ryanair warned it was unlikely to meet...

    11. July 2, 2013

      Ian Hannam legal case splits City

      The buccaneering City dealmaker once dubbed “the king of mining” was accompanied to all meetings and had his mobile phone...

    12. June 19, 2013

      EU probes SAS’s €400m credit facility

      Scandinavian airline SAS is being investigated by Brussels’ competition watchdog to determine whether the €400m revolving...

    13. May 20, 2013

      Ryanair seeks more growth amid flag carrier cuts as profit soars

      Ryanair is aiming to achieve further growth at the expense of European flag carriers in the next five years, as it announced...

    14. April 1, 2013

      Norwegian airline counts on Asian tourists

      Norwegian Air Shuttle, Europe’s third-biggest budget airline by revenues, is counting on growing numbers of Asian tourists...

    15. March 19, 2013

      Ryanair orders 175 Boeing jets

      Ryanair signalled a new phase of growth on Tuesday by unveiling plans to buy 175 narrow-body passenger jets from Boeing in a...

    16. November 22, 2012

      Chapter 11 might have lent wings to SAS

      SAS has long stood for what is wrong with much of Europe’s airline industry. The Scandinavian flag carrier has been...

    17. November 21, 2012

      Swedish tycoon defends SAS move

      Jacob Wallenberg, Sweden’s leading industrialist, has defended SAS from fierce criticism from trade unionists that the...

    18. November 19, 2012

      Legacy airlines struggle amid competition

      Willie Walsh, chief executive of International Airlines Group, signalled he was ready for a bruising confrontation with...

    19. November 19, 2012

      SAS averts bankruptcy as crews agree cuts

      SAS has staved off the immediate threat of bankruptcy after all eight unions representing flight crew at the Scandinavian...

    20. November 16, 2012

      Where’s the airlines’ blue-sky thinking?

      There’s a good chance (I reckon better than 20 per cent) that you’re reading this in a scruffy lounge of a European legacy...

    21. November 16, 2012

      SAS survival hangs on crew pay deal

      The future of SAS is hanging in the balance after management issued an ultimatum this week to force pilots and cabin crew to...

    22. November 13, 2012

      SAS tops European airline critical list

      In the European airline industry, where most flag carriers are walking wounded, SAS stands out as the one in intensive care....

    23. November 12, 2012

      SAS warns of ‘final call’ for survival

      SAS warned workers on Monday that they had six days to agree to swingeing cuts in pay and pensions or else the perennially...

    24. November 11, 2012

      Kulczyk and Qatar back $700m mine project

      A group of investors led by Jan Kulczyk, Poland’s richest man, and Qatar’s sovereign wealth fund are bankrolling a $700m...

    25. October 30, 2012

      SAS plans $453m cuts and assets sale

      SAS is seeking to cut costs by SKr3bn ($453m) and sell a similar amount of assets as the lossmaking Scandinavian airline...

    26. July 13, 2012

      Trailfinders revenue down sharply

      Revenues at specialist travel agency Trailfinders fell sharply last year, after strong demand for holidays to the US and...

    27. FT Alphaville

      April 4, 2012

      "The FSA is not about justice, it's about justifying their existence." Discuss

      The statement above comes from reader WEB, in a comment on Tuesday’s post concerning the public hanging of Ian Hannam, the...

    28. March 23, 2012

      War first-hand

      Down South: A Falklands War Diary, by Chris Parry, Viking, RRP£20.00, 349 pages Chris Parry was a 28-year-old British Navy...

    29. March 20, 2012

      Business intelligence: Dashboards make the corporate drive easier

      Last year, as Libya descended into civil war, British Arab Commercial Bank (BACB) came under intense scrutiny from the UK...

    30. February 16, 2012

      High fuel prices hurt Norwegian Air Shuttle

      High fuel prices have dragged Norwegian Air Shuttle to a bigger than expected loss for the fourth quarter, prompting the...

    31. February 8, 2012

      SAS plans cost cuts amid more losses

      SAS, the struggling Scandinavian airline group, on Wednesday warned of a weak start to 2012 after reporting its fourth...

    32. FT Alphaville

      February 8, 2012

      Snap news

      Breaking pre-market news on Wednesday, - Statoil raises 2012 capex, Q4 beats forecasts – statement. - Supergroup sales...

    33. February 6, 2012

      Low-cost Norwegian airline ready for dogfight

      The trick to dog fighting in a Starfighter supersonic jet was to fly high above the clouds and then dive down on your enemy...

    34. January 30, 2012

      Pressure shows on Europe’s frail airlines

      The fragility of some of Europe’s airlines was highlighted on Monday when Malev Hungarian Airlines, the state-controlled...

    35. FT Alphaville

      January 30, 2012

      Catalonia cuts lossmaking Spanair loose

      Catalonia’s dreams of running its own airline crashed over the weekend after the indebted Spanish region was forced to cut...

    36. January 29, 2012

      Catalonia cuts lossmaking Spanair loose

      Catalonia’s dreams of running its own airline crashed over the weekend after the indebted Spanish region was forced to cut...

    37. January 25, 2012

      Norwegian carrier aims high with 222 aircraft orders

      Norwegian Air Shuttle plans to buy 222 new aircraft worth $21.1bn from Boeing and Airbus in a move that heralds its ambition...

    38. January 24, 2012

      Prediction: Businesses strain to gain insight from social media

      Spend too much time looking in the rear view mirror of your car and you risk ploughing into an obstacle ahead. Analysing...

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