December 4, 2023| 27 0

Hawaiian Airlines and Alaska Airlines are merging

Alaska Air Group, Inc. (NYSE: ALK) and Hawaiian Holdings, Inc. (NASDAQ: HA) announced today that they have reached an agreement under which Alaska Airlines will acquire Hawaiian Airlines for $18.00 per share in cash, for a transaction value of approximately $1.9 billion, inclusive of $0.9 billion in Hawaiian Airlines net debt. The merged firm will …

November 13, 2023| 156 0

Icelandair: Passenger numbers climbed by 9% in October

Icelandair handled 364 thousand passengers in October 2023, a 9% increase over the previous month. Year to date, the Company has transported about 3.7 million people, an increase of 18% over the same period last year. In October, there were 152 thousand passengers traveling to Iceland, 53 thousand leaving Iceland, 136 thousand via travelers, and 24 …

November 6, 2023| 142 0

EGYPTAIR Reveals Expansion Plans

EGYPTAIR, an Egyptian national airline that is a member of the Star Alliance network, has announced new direct flights for 2023, including Cairo to Manchester in July, which would run five times weekly on a B737-800NG aircraft and provide a business class offering. EGYPTAIR also opened operations between Cairo and Delhi in August, with four flights …

October 23, 2023| 196 0

Qatar Airways has chosen Starlink to improve the in-flight experience.

Qatar Airways is currently the largest airline to work with Starlink, and in the future, the airline will provide gratis high-speed, low-latency internet access on select aircraft and itineraries. Starlink’s service will complement Qatar Airways’ 5-star onboard experience. Passengers will be able to experience ultra-fast Wi-Fi rates of u …

September 25, 2023| 237 0

Aeroflot will begin direct flights to Mauritius.

Aeroflot will begin direct flights to Mauritius. Aeroflot begins regular flights to Mauritius for the first time in the company’s history. From December 23, twice-weekly services from Sheremetyevo will be operated on Wednesdays and Saturdays by wide-body Boeing 777. Tickets are on sale. Previously, Russia’s aviation service to Mauritius b …

September 18, 2023| 193 0

Saudia will fly to and from the Red Sea International Airport.

Saudia will be the first airline to serve the Red Sea International Airport (RSI). This comes after the airline inked a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Red Sea Global (RSG) and daa International. RSI, along with the first three resorts at The Red Sea location, is set to debut this year. It will begin with internal flights to and from Riyadh an …

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