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News in brief: May 11 2009

News in brief from TAM, IATA, Air Canada, Aer Lingus, von Essen and Virgin Atlantic TAM net income rises 26.16% TAM, Brazil’s largest airline, reported £17.15m net income for the first...

SAS April traffic down 18.4%

Easter holidays and lower demand blamed The SAS Group reported a traffic decrease of 18.4% for April 2009 as well as a 20.6% drop in seat capacity, compared to the same month last year. SAS carried...

Peter von Moltke

UBM names Peter von Moltke CEO of Aviation Peter von Moltke has been appointed chief executive of aviation for United Business Media, a leading travel information and products provider. Mr Moltke...

Harry Hohmeister

Harry Hohmeister to succeed as SWISS CEO SWISS has named Harry Hohmeister as the company’s new chief executive officer. Mr Hohmeister, currently the airline’s chief network and...

News in brief: April 14 2009

This week’s news in brief: Open Skies, Finnair, Travelport, easyJet, ETTSA, Mandarin Oriental hotels, Air Berlin and TUI. OpenSkies merger with L’Avion complete OpenSkies, a subsidiary...

News in brief: April 6 2009

This week’s news in brief: BA, Lufthansa, FCm Marine, Crowne Plaza Paris, IHG BA and Lufthansa reduce active fleet Lufthansa removed four aircrafts from service last month bringing its total...

AA in talks with Citigroup

Airline seeks more financing American Airlines has approached card partner Citigroup for funds, not long after securing a $100m (€74m) loan from Germany’s DVB Bank, the Financial Times...

News in brief: March 30 2009

This week’s news in brief: Swiss banks, the Conservatives, ITM, Ryanair, ANZ, Icelandair, AF KLM, IATA and El Al Swiss banks ban business travel Switzerland’s banks are imposing bans on...

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