Air Berlin increases revenues in February
Air Berlin has reported an increase in its revenue per available seat kilometre (yield per ASK) for February 2009, with revenue rising by 12% to 5.28 eurocents from 4.71 eurocents in February last year.
Passengers carried decreased by 8.5 % from 1,874,177 in February 2008 to 1,714,240 in February 2009, in part due to a capacity reduction of 6.3%.
For the same period, fleet capacity utilisation decreased by 1.7 percentage points from 72.5% to 70.8%, one reason for which was an extra day in February 2008.
Manufacturer Saab has confirmed it is keeping an offer of two GlobalEye Airborne Early Warning & Control (AEW&C;) aircraft on the table for Finland’s HX ...
Podcast: Key military helicopter programmes, the space domain and a spotlight on defence export controls
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If anyone was watching television or YouTube footage of the 70th anniversary parade by the People’s Liberation Army (PLA) in Beijing on 1 October, it ...
Royal Air Force (RAF) Typhoons from 1(Fighter) Squadron have arrived in Iceland to carry out the Icelandic NATO Air Policing Mission.The fighters will spend the ...
The Indonesian Air Force is ogling new Lockheed Martin F-16V Block 72 fighters from the US to boost its aerial capability as part of the ...
The Thai armed forces are emphasising greater coordination with government agencies and commercial enterprises to support R&D; for equipment that can be produced domestically and ...