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Rome :: Italy | over 4 years ago

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Passengers wait to check in at O'Hare International Airport in Chicago last week. Europe's skies were opened for business, but with so many planes having been grounded by the pall of volcanic ash spreading from Iceland it could take days, or weeks,

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Frankfurt :: Germany | over 4 years ago

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The national carrier, which has been flying additional flights to clear the backlog, would operate a Mumbai-London-Delhi flight with a Boeing 777-300 ER aircraft on Sunday and a Delhi-London-Mumbai service on Monday. Similarly, it would operate an

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Chicago :: IL :: USA | over 4 years ago

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Some analysts think fliers could miss out on low fares April 12, 2010 The idea of combining Chicago-based United Airlines and US Airways into the world's second-biggest airline captures the fancy of airline managers, industry analysts and investors,

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Brussels :: Belgium | over 4 years ago

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The draft deal represents "a significant breakthrough in the process of normalising the global airline industry," the statement added. A full EU-US Open Aviation Area has been estimated to be worth up to 12 billion euros in economic benefits and up

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Hong Kong :: China | over 4 years ago

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Passenger and air freight numbers rallied in the Asia-Pacific region in December, and Korean Air returned to profit during the last quarter of 2009 — fresh evidence that the global economic recovery is starting to lift the battered airline industry’s

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Shanghai :: China | over 4 years ago

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Most airlines throughout the world have been in the red, and only in the third quarter of 2009 were there visible beginnings of some passenger airlines returning to the profit zone. Air Cargo carriers have suffered further with reduction in revenue

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Phoenix :: NY :: USA | over 4 years ago

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Executives at carriers that survived the 2001 terrorist attacks, soaring fuel prices and a rough economy are now scrambling to find ways to minimize the impact of the Christmas Day bombing attempt on consumers’ travel plans in the new year. The chief

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Geneva :: Switzerland | over 4 years ago

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Giovanni Bisignani said that while the worst was behind the aviation industry, fuel costs were rising and yields -- the fares paid per flight -- were a "continuing disaster". "Airlines will remain firmly in the red in 2010," he said, claiming that

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Chennai :: India | over 4 years ago

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Airlines Financial Monitor for October-November published on Tuesday, which said in the third quarter -- July-September -- 75 major airlines turned a loss of $3.4 billion in the same quarter last year into a profit of $0.7 billion. However, despite

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