Thai Airways has put a total of 34 aircraft up for sale, including all of its Boeing 747-400s, 777-200s and 777-300s, as the flag-carrier turns to more fuel-efficient aircraft like the Airbus A350-900 for the handful of international flights it now operates.
Lufthansa Comfortable With Liquidity Level In Spite Of Large Loss
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Lufthansa anticipates that it can stop burning through cash at some point in 2021, provided demand recovers to at least 50% of 2019 levels in what would be a substantial recovery from current levels of activity.
International Traffic Slump Will Hamper U.S. Recovery For Years, Analysis Finds
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International demand will lag the pure U.S. domestic market’s recovery for years, creating a headwind for carriers that rely on international flow to boost their throughput and altering how they rebuild their networks, an analysis from the Swelbar-Zhong consultancy suggests.
Flair’s New CEO Believes ULCCs Are Positioned To Grow In Canada
Although Canada’s border with the U.S. remains closed, and domestic quarantines remain intact in some areas, the new CEO of ULCC Flair Airlines remains bullish about the long-term opportunities for the ultra-low-cost model over the long term.
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