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U.S. carriers add transatlantic flights for travel-hungry consumers

CHICAGO, Oct 21 (Reuters) – U.S. carriers including Delta Air Lines (DAL.N) and United Airlines (UAL.O) are betting big on American consumers’ unquenched thirst for travel across the Atlantic by adding more flights to Europe. U.S. airlines are responding to consumers emboldened by a more powerful U.S. dollar and more flexible work arrangements that allow …

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Japan travel industry’s recovery depends on China reopening- Narita Airport CEO

TOKYO, Oct 18 (Reuters) – Japan is already seeing an increase in inbound travellers since relaxing its COVID-19 border controls last week, but a full recovery will remain elusive until China opens up, said the head of the country’s biggest international airport. Narita Airport chief executive Akihiko Tamura said a jump in overseas arrivals in …

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Lufthansa raises 2022 profit outlook on strong demand for air travel

BERLIN, Oct 17 (Reuters) – Lufthansa (LHAG.DE) raised its forecast for full-year adjusted operating profit to over 1 billion euros ($980.40 million) on Monday, boosted by strong demand for air travel that continued its post-COVID recovery. The company previously expected adjusted operating profit (EBIT) of more than 500 million euros. Preliminary results for the third-quarter …

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WRAPUP European airlines see travel withstanding consumer squeeze for now

BA-owner IAG says Q3 profit to beat expectations IAG says forward bookings show no signs of weakness EasyJet says Oct holiday, Christmas exceeding pandemic levels Ryanair sees average fares rising by more than expected Australia’s Qantas also sees higher profits LONDON, Oct 13 (Reuters) – British Airways-owner IAG (ICAG.L), Europe’s biggest airline Ryanair (RYA.I) and …

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Boeing sees LatAm air travel taking off as regulations ease, incomes rise

MEXICO CITY, Oct 11 (Reuters) – U.S. planemaker Boeing Co (BA.N) sees travel in Latin America ramping up more quickly than in other regions as countries loosen regulations and household incomes rise, the company’s regional analyst said on Tuesday. Boeing expects Latin American air traffic to grow an average of 4.4% annually over the next …

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