Business

Ryanair flies into profit, eyes strong outlook

Irish airline Ryanair flew back into a first-half profit Monday and forecast a strong outlook despite recession headwinds in Europe, as air travel rebounds after the lifting of COVID restrictions.

Business

Lufthansa to cancel nearly all German flights Wednesday

German national carrier Lufthansa said it would have to cancel almost all flights at its domestic hubs in Frankfurt and Munich on Wednesday because of a planned strike by ground crew, adding to a summer of travel chaos across ...

Robotics

How to make hybrid airspace work

New blockchain-style information sharing will make a seamlessly integrated ecosystem of crewed and uncrewed aircraft in the UK's skies a reality, say Cranfield researchers.

Business

EasyJet flies into first annual loss

EasyJet expects a pre-tax loss of up to £845 million for its fiscal year just ended as coronavirus travel restrictions slam passenger demand, the British no-frills airline said Thursday.

Business

Airbus deliveries down 50 pct in first half of 2020

Airbus on Wednesday said January-June plane deliveries slumped by half to 196 aircraft compared with the first six months of 2019, highlighting the impact of the coronavirus crisis.

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