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BIZ BRIEFS: IATA raises forecast

GENEVA: The global airline industry expects its profits to leap to a record high next year, boosted by a continued fall in jet fuel prices as well as strong passenger demand and cost cuts. The International Air Transport Association (IATA) said on Wednesday ... Himalayan times, 1 month ago

Global Airlines Are Winners Of Falling Crude Oil Prices

If there is one industry sure to benefit from the falling prices of crude oil in the world market, it would be the global aviation sector. The credit ratings agency Moody's said that 2015 will be a very favourable one as far as passenger airlines' ...
 International Business Times Australia1 week ago Cheap fuel offsets airlines' losses  CNBC2 days ago American Airlines projects USD5 billion fuel cost savings in 2015, but flight crew costs to blow out  Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation13 hours ago Global airline business to be more profitable in 2015 and 2016 on fuel savings: Moody's  International Business Times UK1 week ago
Korea Herald

Analysts upbeat on Jeju Air

A sanguine outlook is expected for Jeju Air, South Korea's largest low-cost airline owned by Aekyung Industrial, ahead of its initial public offering set for the second half of the year. With a growing number of Korean passengers opting for ...
 Korea Herald6 days ago Study says air fares will drop in 2015. Not everyone agrees  Los Angeles Times3 days ago Air fares could drop this year - operators  Uganda Daily Monitor20 hours ago Some airlines cut fuel levy  ACQ Magazine1 week ago
The Middle East Magazine

Pack your bags: Gulf airlines plan to slash prices before next July

Airlines in the UAE and the rest of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) countries are forecast to slash fuel surcharges on tickets by March or June this year, following the recent decline in oil and gas prices. A number of airlines around the world, ...
 Albawaba1 day ago Gulf airlines to reduce fares before July  Gulf News12 hours ago Gulf airlines poised to slash prices?  The Middle East Magazine20 hours ago Gulf airlines seen cutting fares soon  Gulf News1 day ago

UPDATE 2-American Airlines expects fuel savings, currency headwind in 2015

(Recasts; adds company comment, details throughout) Jan 27 (Reuters) - American Airlines Group Inc on Tuesday forecast billions of dollars in savings this year from tumbling fuel costs, but said a key measure of revenue will likely decline this ...
 CNBC1 day ago American Airlines expects fuel savings, currency headwind in 2015  Sharenet1 day ago

Fuel cost savings at US carriers to hit billions

New York US airlines on Thursday forecast enormous fuel savings in 2015 but hinted that ample consumer demand would allow them to avoid fare discounts and pass savings on to shareholders. Share prices rose across the industry after four ...
 Business Times Singapore4 days ago Despite Big Fuel Savings, Airlines Don't Expect Lower Fares  Entrepreneur.com5 days ago Decline in jet fuel costs helping United, other airlines [The Record (Hackensack, N.J.)]  BusinessWeek4 days ago US airlines expect big fuel savings, steady fares  Philippine Department of Energy2 days ago
Business Times Singapore

Airlines Scrap 1,400 U.S. Flights as Storm Hits Northeast

(Updates with Delta's cancellation in second paragraph.) The tally of today's cancellations of more than 1,400 by industry data tracker is likely to rise as the storm develops. Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines Inc. scrubbed about 600 ...
 Washington Post2 days ago Airlines Scrap 1,900 U.S. Flights as Storm Cuts New York Travel  La Repubblica2 days ago Northeastern US braces for crippling blizzard  24Dunia1 day ago Airlines scrap 1,400 US flights as storm threatens Northeast  Business Times Singapore2 days ago

Virgin America Falls on Rising Costs as Hedges Hold Fuel Up

Virgin America Inc. fell as much as 11 percent after the airline, partially owned by U.K. billionaire Richard Branson, forecast higher costs from employee pay and contracts holding fuel prices above spot market rates. The shares Virgin America ...
 BusinessWeek5 days ago Virgin American Falls on Rising Costs as Hedges Hold Fuel Higher  Bloomberg5 days ago

Strategy& Provides Forecasts for 16 Major Industries in 2015 and Beyond

NEW YORK, Jan. 27, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Strategy&, part of the PwC network, has released its annual outlook on the major trends shaping 16 different industries. The 2015 Industry Perspectives focus on significant challenges and opportunities ...
 Town Hall1 day ago ​STRATEGY& PROVIDES FORECASTS FOR 16 MAJOR INDUSTRIES IN 2015 AND BEYOND  Media Relations and Event Management1 day ago Press Release: Strategy& Provides Forecasts for 16 Major Industries in 2015 and Beyond  iMarketReports1 day ago Strategyand Provides Forecasts for 16 Major Industries in 2015 and Beyond  SPi World News1 day ago

Airlines get a chance to revive flagging fortunes

The buzz among the optimists in the aviation sector is that some airlines could report improved results for the quarter ended December, numbers for which will be out soon. Both Jet Airways and SpiceJet, the two carriers listed on the stock market, ...
 Business Standard India3 hours ago What to Expect When American Airlines (AAL) Reports Earnings Results Tomorrow  TheStreet.com2 days ago American Airlines Group (AAL) Stock Higher Today After Upbeat Peer Earnings  TheStreet.com6 days ago Virgin America Lags on Fuel Savings and Stock Price Tumbles  Skift5 days ago
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