LOT closed 2019 with its operating profit showing profit on the carriage of passengers, amounting to PLN113,9 million. At the same time, the company managed to increase its revenues on sales to PLN7,37 billion, compared with PLN6,19 billion in the preceding year.
Aeroflot restarted international service between Moscow and Kyrgyzstan (Bishkek), Belarus (Minsk) and Kazakhstan (Nur-Sultan), as well as regular services between Moscow and South Korea (Seoul) which commenced on October 01.
Cyprus Airways announced the launch of ticket sales for winter 2020 – 2021. The winter schedule includes Athens and Heraklion, as well as the addition of a new route Moscow - Larnaca. The Cypriot airline is also planning to resume flights to Tel Aviv, as soon as the situation with Covid-19 stabilises.
Aeroflot recently announced operating results for Aeroflot Group (the group) and Aeroflot – Russian Airlines (the company) for July and seven months of this year.
LOT has introduced a number of changes to its passenger service and in-flight product, which will improve passenger comfort.
Wizz Air, one of Europe’s greenest airline, recently announced a new base at Doncaster Sheffield Airport, which will be the second base for Wizz Air UK, the group’s UK-registered and based airline, alongside London Luton.
Brussels Airlines optimised its short-haul product and herewith closer aligns with the Lufthansa Group Network Airlines to offer its customers an even smoother travel experience.
Aeroflot PJSC recently announced operating results for Aeroflot Group (the group) and Aeroflot – Russian Airlines (the company) for June and six months of this year.
From 28th September of this year, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines will adjust the flight schedule for flights between Amsterdam Airport Schiphol and the Gulf States in the Middle East.
Gulf Air, the national carrier of the Kingdom of Bahrain, has resumed its direct Athens and Cairo flights with scheduled operations having started July 01.