International airlines launch battle plans to deal with summer of travel chaos

Emirates and Ryanair are among the airlines running operations as usual, while KLM and easyJet have altered their schedules.

A toxic culture and 'race to the bottom': Pilots open up on why air travel is in chaos

Lufthansa canceled nearly all its flights in Frankfurt and Munich due to a one-day walkout by its ground staff striking for better pay. London's Heathrow and Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport, two of...

Spanish-based easyJet pilots to go on strike for nine days in August

MADRID - A union representing Spanish-based pilots of low-cost airline easyJet (LON:EZJ) said on Friday its members will go on strike for nine days in August to demand better working conditions....

Lufthansa to cancel almost all flights in Germany on Wednesday

Lufthansa is cutting almost its entire flight schedule in Frankfurt and Munich due to a mass walkout July 27. The air giant has already axed 678 flights at Frankfurt Airport (FRA) and 345 flights...

EasyJet boss criticises UK stance on visas for EU staff amid cancelled flights

CEO says government has rebuffed industry requests as airline reports £133m hit from travel disruptionThe boss of easyJet has criticised the government’s refusal to permit more visas for EU cabin...

EasyJet Flight Cancellations: AirliTakes £133 Million Hit on Summer Travel Chaos

EasyJet Flight Cancellations: AirliTakes £133 Million Hit on Summer Travel Chaos  Bloomberg

Heathrow and easyJet report losses amid travel disruption

Heathrow points finger at airlines for disruption this summer, after posting £321m loss for first half of 2022John Holland-Kaye, Heathrow CEO, warns that it will take years for the airline...

Boeing Smokes Airbus at Farnborough Airshow

Farnborough Airshow is the biggest aviation industry event since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Boeing unveiled more than half a dozen deals, including an order for 100 737 MAX 10s from Delta Air...

Boeing Smokes Airbus at Farnborough Airshow

Farnborough Airshow is the biggest aviation industry event since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Boeing unveiled more than half a dozen deals, including an order for 100 737 MAX 10s from Delta Air...

Luton Airport runway meltdown shows airports vulnerable to climate change

By Jamie Freed - The temporary disruption at London's Luton Airport on Monday when soaring temperatures caused a small section of the asphalt to lift is an example of the challenges airports face...

Revived Qatar order caps Boeing air show fightback

By David Shepardson and Tim Hepher FARNBOROUGH, England -Boeing secured a revived order for 25 of its 737 MAX 10 airliners from Qatar Airways on Thursday, as the return of Britain's Farnborough...

Boeing, Airbus secure Farnborough orders as sector stabilises

Boeing has secured over 100 firm orders for the MAX as it still faces big challenges to certify a crucial new variant before a year-end deadline. Qatar Airways also might be open to reviving a...

Boeing, Airbus secure Farnborough orders as sector stabilises

Boeing has secured over 100 firm orders for the MAX as it still faces big challenges to certify a crucial new variant before a year-end deadline. Qatar Airways also might be open to reviving a...

A budget airline is letting passengers drop bags off the night before flying amid huge lines and luggage chaos

EasyJet passengers at three European airports can check in their bags the night before their flight.

Explosives maker Incitec Pivot's CEO says no signs of U.S. recession

There are no signs of a recession in the United States right now, Incitec CEO says. Alex To, one of Bank of America (NYSE:BAC)'s top rainmakers in Asia, has recently left the bank, three people...

Striking workers at South Korea shipyard in talks to end siege

Striking contract workers and Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering (DSME) have made some progress in talks over wage hikes. About 100 sub-contractors have occupied DSME's main dock in the...

Bank of America loses top Asia banker Alex To

HONG KONG - Alex To, one of Bank of America (NYSE:BAC)'s top rainmakers in Asia, has recently left the bank, three people with knowledge of the matter told Reuters. To, based in Hong Kong, was...

Goldman Sachs' Leland to return to London in new role

HONG KONG - One of Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS)' most senior bankers in Asia, Todd Leland, is leaving the region to become the president of Goldman Sachs International, according to a memo seen by...

Akzo Nobel's Q2 profit misses forecasts as China lockdowns, weaker Europe weigh

- Dutch paints and coatings maker Akzo Nobel (OTC:AKZOY) reported on Wednesday weaker-than-expected quarterly core earnings, citing new coronavirus restrictions in China and slowing demand for...

Volvo Cars Q2 operating profit rises

STOCKHOLM - Automaker Volvo Cars reported on Wednesday higher second-quarter profits but said it expected full year retail deliveries to be lower or on par with 2021. The Sweden-based carmaker's...

Barry Callebaut 9-month sales volumes up 7.9%, factory shutdown to hit Q4

ZURICH -Barry Callebaut expects a "notable financial impact" in its fourth quarter from the ongoing shutdown of its Wieze factory after strong demand boosted sales at the world's biggest...

Telia's quarterly core earnings top expectations

STOCKHOLM - Nordic telecom operator Telia reported on Wednesday quarterly core earnings that exceeded market expectations, helped by growth in its telecom business. Second-quarter adjusted EBITDA...

Stelios calls truce in long-running battle with easyJet management

Airline’s founder relents in bitter dispute over order for more than 50 new Airbus jets

Rolls-Royce and easyJet to test hydrogen combustion engine tech for airplanes

The firms want to conduct an "early concept ground test" of the hydrogen technology in a Rolls-Royce engine the U.K. later this year.

Rolls-Royce and easyJet to test hydrogen combustion engine tech for airplanes

The firms want to conduct an "early concept ground test" of the hydrogen technology in a Rolls-Royce engine the U.K. later this year.

Farnborough slow roasts jet deals in scorching heat

By David Shepardson and Tim Hepher FARNBOROUGH, England - Planemakers trickled out new jetliner orders on day two of the Farnborough Airshow on Tuesday, but the minds of most aviation bosses were...

EasyJet CEO: We've stabilised operations but melting runways don't help

FARNBOROUGH, England - The chief executive of EasyJet said the low-cost airline had stabilised it flight operations after cutting its summer schedule last month, but melting runways and air...

EasyJet CEO: We've stabilised operations but melting runways don't help

The chief executive of EasyJet said the low-cost airline had stabilised it flight operations after cutting its summer schedule last month, but melting runways and air traffic control (ATC)...

London Luton Airport resumes flights after runway repairs

Flights have resumed at London Luton Airport following repairs. High temperatures lifted a small section of the runway at the airport. The runway was closed for several hours as repairs were...

Airbus, airlines to explore carbon capture technology

By David Shepardson FARNBOROUGH, England - European airplane manufacturer Airbus and more than a half dozen airlines said on Monday they had signed letters of intent to discuss buying carbon...

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