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  • BERLIN, March 30- After an already troubled first year as CEO of Lufthansa, Carsten Spohr must now deal with the aftermath of the Germanwings disaster whilst making the airline group fit to compete for the future. Spohr, a qualified pilot, has been trying to follow the example of rival IAG, the parent company of British Airways, Iberia and Vueling, by cutting staff...

  • Germanwings crash prompts aviation overhaul Friday, 27 Mar 2015 | 12:28 PM ET

    The Germanwings air tragedy in France this week could push the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to aannounce new safety recommendations.

  • FRANKFURT, March 19- A pilots strike grounded more than half of Lufthansa's lucrative long-haul flights on Thursday, the latest action to pressure management in a protracted row over early retirement benefits and cost cuts. Lufthansa is trying to cut costs to levels nearer those of its rivals as it is squeezed by budget carriers Ryanair and easyJet on European...

  • *Strike cost estimated at 15 mln euros a day- analyst. BERLIN, March 18- Lufthansa pilots on Wednesday announced a third consecutive day of strikes this week, forcing hundreds of flight cancellations and ramping up pressure on management in a long-running row over early retirement benefits. The German airline is trying to cut costs and expand budget operations...

  • BERLIN, March 18- Lufthansa pilots began the first of two days of strike action on Wednesday in a long-running dispute over early retirement benefits and the carrier's cost-cutting plans which shows no sign of ending. The German airline is trying to cut costs and expand budget operations as it tries to compete with low-cost carriers like Ryanair and easyJet in...

  • Faced with a Norwegian labour landscape of high wages, generous benefits and powerful unions, it has instead based some of its crew and jets in cheaper countries like Spain and Thailand. Norwegian Air saw off the crisis with more modest concessions- creating subsidiaries that would give Scandinavian pilots job security for nearly three years, but no...

  • LONDON, Feb 27- British Airways-owner International Airlines Group raised its 2015 profit forecast by more than 20 percent, outperforming struggling continental rivals and sending its shares to an all-time high. IAG, which is trying to acquire Ireland's Aer Lingus, said on Friday that the profit increase would be driven by cost control across the group and...

  • LONDON, Feb 27- British Airways-owner International Airlines Group increased its 2015 profit forecast by more than 20 percent, outperforming weaker continental rivals and sending its shares to an all-time high. IAG, which is trying to acquire Ireland's Aer Lingus, said on Friday that the profit increase would be driven by cost control across the group and...

  • BERLIN/ LONDON, Feb 16- Europe's airlines are racing to add Wi-Fi to their planes, eager to attract Internet-hungry customers in a cut-throat short-haul market and potentially add millions of dollars of revenue through entertainment, services and advertising. In Europe, adoption of a ground-to-air service such as that in the United States, is harder due to the...

  • DUBLIN, Feb 8- The owner of British Airways is running out of time to secure Ireland's Aer Lingus as questions over its commitment to keep jobs and key Heathrow routes stoke opposition from politicians facing a tough election next year. Aer Lingus' board recommended the 1.36 billion euro offer from International Consolidated Airlines Group last month, subject...

  • European stocks close mixed; Julius Baer soars Monday, 2 Feb 2015 | 11:51 AM ET

    European equities closed mixed on Monday, after a volatile day of trading.

  • Ryanair sees cheap oil fueling competition on fares Monday, 2 Feb 2015 | 5:50 AM ET

    Ryanair cautioned that profits would only rise modestly in the year ahead, as low oil prices help rivals to cut fares.

  • *Fuel price hedging means Ryanair locked into higher costs. DUBLIN/ LONDON, Feb 2- Ryanair cautioned on Monday that profits would only rise modestly in the year ahead as low oil prices help rivals to cut fares, taking the shine off its third profit upgrade in as many months for the year ending in March. Ryanair, Europe's largest airline by passenger numbers, has...

  • Aer Lingus board backs $1.5B IAG offer Tuesday, 27 Jan 2015 | 11:39 AM ET
    An airliner comes in to land at Heathrow Airport in London, Aug. 11, 2014.

    Board of Irish airline recommends raised 1.36 billion euro takeover offer from the owner of British Airways.

  • *IAG would operate Aer Lingus as separate brand. DUBLIN, Jan 27- The board of Irish airline Aer Lingus has recommended an improved 1.36- billion-euro takeover offer from the owner of British Airways which now must sooth government concerns to win shareholder approval. Aer Lingus said its recommendation is subject to being satisfied with how IAG proposes to...

  • Aer Lingus recommends $1.5 bln offer from BA-owner IAG Tuesday, 27 Jan 2015 | 2:13 AM ET

    DUBLIN, Jan 27- Aer Lingus's board has recommended an improved 1.36 billion-euro takeover offer from International Consolidated Airlines Group, the Irish airline said on Tuesday. The new proposal by the owner of British Airways, its third in six weeks, is worth 2.55 euros per share, up from a previous 2.40 euros, and includes a cash offer of 2.50 per euros share and a...

  • IAG lands $1.5B offer for Irish airline Aer Lingus Monday, 26 Jan 2015 | 5:11 AM ET
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    IAG approach on Aer Lingus looks set to land safely after the Irish flag-carrier said it is considering a deal to shareholders.

  • Flying round-trip? You're probably paying too much Saturday, 24 Jan 2015 | 5:12 PM ET

    Don't book that round-trip flight before trying these travel tricks to get a better deal.

  • IAG increases offer for Aer Lingus Saturday, 24 Jan 2015 | 8:01 AM ET
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    The owner of British Airways and Spain’s Iberia has increased its takeover bid for Aer Lingus, say sources. The Financial Times reports.

  • DUBLIN, Jan 20- Airlines enjoying a $100 billion windfall from lower oil prices this year are being urged not to let up on cost controls which helped them survive the recent oil price boom. Gerry Laderman, treasurer at United Continental Holdings, said that if oil prices stayed low, airlines could find themselves generating more cash than they expected.