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Etihad sold its 33.3-percent share in Darwin in July, some two and a half months after it refused to inject further capital into Alitalia without steep concessions from employees 8 November 2017 Wizz Air shares grounded News reports state that Wizz Air shares dropped as much as 8.5 per cent in morning trading the stocks worst day since June after touching a record high on Tuesday.
In a statement yesterday evening Ryanair said:"The IMPACT union promised to call off the strike if Ryanair conceded recognition. DE) planned acquisition of Niki fell through and no other buyer could be found at short notice, Niki filed a petition to open insolvency proceedings with the a court in Berlin-Charlottenburg, it added.
Speaking yesterday, CEO Michael O'Leary said the radical U-turn was a bid to avoid travel chaos for customers during Christmas week.
Mr OLeary spoke to the airlines chief captains across its almost 90 bases.
Theyve gotten our offer of recognition in writing and were happy to meet them next week, which itself is the first act in recognising IALPA."The UK and Italian unions have already agreed to meetings with Ryanair and have called off the threatened strike in Italy."The sensible course of action is for IALPA to meet with Ryanair next Wednesday, but call off the unnecessary threats of disruption to the Christmas flights of thousands of customers." 13 December 2017 Niki files for bankruptcy News reports state that Austrian airline Niki will stop flying for the time being after filing for insolvency, parent Air Berlin (AB1. Lufthansa had said on Wednesday it had offered to give up take-off and landing slots in order to get the deal approved, but that the European Commission considered that to be insufficient.
29 November 2017 Darwin Airlines files for Insolvency News reports state that The Swiss Federal Office of Civil Aviation (FOCA) has revoked Darwin Airlines operating certificate due to financial reasons, forcing the Lugano-based carrier to cease all operations on Tuesday.
18 October 2017 Flybe shares plunge 19% News reports state that stricken airline sector to hit trouble after issuing a profit warning to investors on Wednesday.
In a statement to the markets, Flybe - Britain's third largest airline behind easy Jet and British Airways - said that its profits for the first half of the 2017/18 financial year are now expected to be between 5 million and 10 million, a downward revision from a forecast of 15.9 million. ET) a small rebound is underway, although shares remain close to 16% lower, trading at 37.5 pence each.
Investors in Flybe have not taken reacted well to the company's announcement, and in early trading share dropped by as much as 19%. 17 October 2017 Island Air files for bankruptcy News reports state that Island Air will file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, but officials said ticketing and flights will continue as normal.
The filing is needed, the airline said in a news release, "in an effort to continue normal operations while navigating through legal challenges recently presented by the lessors of its aircraft."The airline added, "The bankruptcy filing was caused by threats of legal action to ground the aircraft and strand hundreds of passengers."During the bankruptcy reorganization, Island Air said it plans to fly its scheduled routes as normal and honor all previously purchased tickets.
Frequent flyer and other customer service programs will also not change.
The airline said that last week, "while in the process of negotiating its aircraft leases with its lessors, Island Air was very surprised that the lessors served them with notices of termination of the leases and demands to surrender its airplanes.""Prioritizing its customers, employees and the communities it serves, Island Air made the difficult decision to file for bankruptcy protection.
Continuing to operate under the protection of the United States Bankruptcy Court will allow Island Air to maintain its service to its customers, provide continued employment to its more than 400 valued employees, and ensure a revenue stream so its vendors are paid." 13 October 2017 Flight sales plummet due to Hurricane season News reports state that Caribbean countries and southern U. states were battered by several record-breaking hurricanes this summer that caused billions in damages and affected travel.