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Airline: About Air Italy
Airlines\Air Italy

Air Italy is a young but solid company that, after its initial activity as medium- and long-haul leisure carrier, has also been operating regular scheduled domestic flights since June 2007  >>>


Airline: AirBerlin airline
Airlines\Airberlin

Airberlin flies to 163 destinations in 39 countries. New markets have been developed and expanded further via the fast-growing hubs in Berlin, Dusseldorf and Palma de Majorca over the past few years. The fleets comprises 169 planes with an average age of five years, making airberlin one of the newest fleets in Europe.  >>>


Airline: Air Astana
Airlines\Air Astana

Today the airline operates a fleet of 24 western aircraft with an average age of 10 years for its jet aircraft, close to 50 domestic and international routes. Its passengers are served by 3,000 highly-qualified staff, the majority of whom are from Kazakhstan, supplemented by experienced foreign personnel.  >>>


Airline: S7 Airlines
Airlines\S7 Airlines

S7 Airlines (Sibir Airlines brand) has the largest in Russia network of internal routes, organized with base at three large air transport nodes in Moscow (Domodedovo), Novosibirsk (Tolmachevo) and Irkutsk. S7 Airlines makes regular flights to CIS countries, Europe, Near East, South Asia and countries of the Asia-Pacific region.  >>>


Airline: AEGEAN
Airlines\Aegean

Largest Greek airline since 2008  >>>


News: Air Berlin increases revenue and average earnings
News\Новости авиакомпаний

Despite the impact of the economic and financial crisis, Air Berlin's profit and revenue for the first quarter of 2009 came in according to plan. The number of passengers transported decreased to 5.5 million, i.e. a 6.2 percent drop, a figure that bested the branch average. For the first quarter of 2009, seasonal operating loss (EBIT) reached minus EUR 87.3 million (Q1 2008: minus EUR 68.6 million). The reduced branchwide demand for flight services, in combination with the Easter flight season falling in April rather than in the first quarter, contributed to this development. Revenue reached EUR 661 million, an improvement of 1.2 percent, primarily as a result of the improved average earnings (Yield) per passenger. Revenue per passenger kilometer (RPK) jumped from 7.22 to 8.33 Eurocents, i.e. an increase of 15.4 percent. Due to the higher cost of kerosene, EBITDAR (Earnings before interest, leasing expenses, depreciation, amortization, interest and taxes), at EUR 27.1 million for the reporting period, was low  >>>


News: Air Berlin increases revenue and average earnings
News

Despite the impact of the economic and financial crisis, Air Berlin's profit and revenue for the first quarter of 2009 came in according to plan. The number of passengers transported decreased to 5.5 million, i.e. a 6.2 percent drop, a figure that bested the branch average. For the first quarter of 2009, seasonal operating loss (EBIT) reached minus EUR 87.3 million (Q1 2008: minus EUR 68.6 million). The reduced branchwide demand for flight services, in combination with the Easter flight season falling in April rather than in the first quarter, contributed to this development. Revenue reached EUR 661 million, an improvement of 1.2 percent, primarily as a result of the improved average earnings (Yield) per passenger. Revenue per passenger kilometer (RPK) jumped from 7.22 to 8.33 Eurocents, i.e. an increase of 15.4 percent. Due to the higher cost of kerosene, EBITDAR (Earnings before interest, leasing expenses, depreciation, amortization, interest and taxes), at EUR 27.1 million for the reporting period, was low  >>>



 
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