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Sunday 14 October 2012

Airline Industry Earnings Ready to Take Off?

Kingfisher Airlines shutdown will lead to further consolidation in the ...
Times of India
NEW DELHI: Indian airlines are seen posting a sharp recovery in the third quarter mainly on the back of a stronger rupee and capacity rationalisation due to the grounding of Kingfisher Airlines, according to a Bank of America Merrill Lynch report. The ...
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What do airline passengers want?
Hindustan Times
According to a recent study, airline passengers want more control of their journey and are looking for more self-service and mobile-based services as they reduce stress levels during travel. Airports and airlines have already started tailoring their ...
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Hindustan Times
Rupee appreciation will improve airline profits
Business Standard
The strengthening of rupee against the dollar in the last month will improve operating profits of domestic airlines, according to Bank of America Merrill Lynch (BOAML) analysis. Rupee has appreciated approximately six percent versus the US dollar over ...
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American Airlines stumbles on path to recovery
Green Bay Press Gazette
An American Airlines aircraft takes off Aug. 20 at Miami International Airport in Miami. Just weeks ago, American Airlines was working its way through bankruptcy court, on schedule for one of the fastest turnarounds in aviation history, but then ...
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American Airlines to modify seats to prevent rows from coming loose
CTV News
DALLAS -- American Airlines says it will modify seats on 49 more planes to prevent rows of seats from coming loose during flight. It's addressing the same problem that caused the airline to ground 48 planes last week -- the seat rows aren't locking ...
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Airlines expect to post solid profits, but soft economy could bring turbulence
Philadelphia Inquirer
"We expect the nine major U.S. airlines to produce a solid third quarter," analyst Ray Neidl of Maxim Group L.L.C. wrote in a note, "but below our original expectations."Airlines benefited in the three months ended Sept. 30 from typically strong ...
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Philadelphia Inquirer
Today in the Sky: Airlines back off fare hikes
The Desert Sun
Alaska Airlines, which serves Palm Springs International Airport, said Thursday it would buy 50 Boeing 737 jets, an order that will keep the carrier on a growth track throughout the rest of the decade. The order includes 37 Boeing “Max” jets, which are ...
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Pinnacle Airlines, Inc. Reaches Tentative Agreement with Association of Flight ...
Sacramento Bee
MEMPHIS, Tenn., Oct. 12, 2012 -- /PRNewswire/ -- Pinnacle Airlines Corp.'s (OTC: PNCLQ) wholly owned subsidiary, Pinnacle Airlines Inc., announced today that it has reached a tentative agreement with the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA (AFA), the ...
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'It's Just Insane': American Airlines Travelers Vent
American Airlines (AMR) can't seem to catch a break. Not only did the bankrupt Fort Worth-based carrier recently terrify passengers by having seats dislodge during flights, but also its relationship with pilots remains sour due to labor disputes. The ...
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Airline Industry Earnings Ready to Take Off?
Fox Business
You know it's a question of do the synergies makes sense for the creditors to the buy into them and and you know our analysis is that they do make -- so keep an eye on that now as for airlines you like in particular delta. The legion and Alaska why do ...
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