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[$$] Icelandair to acquire rival Wow in $25m all-share deal
Posted on Sunday November 04, 2018
has agreed to take over long-haul low-cost carrier Wow Air, also based in Iceland, in an all-share deal worth $25m. Wow, which offers cheap flights to the US through its Iceland hub, has had a difficult couple of years: it lost $27.5m before tax in 2017 with revenue of $486m, and expects to lose $6m this year.
[$$] Lufthansa chief Carsten Spohr warns on limits to growth
Posted on Friday November 02, 2018
has said the airline industry needs to give up the “fantasy of growth going on forever” after a summer of strikes, delays and cancellations. “What we need is healthy growth in line with infrastructure and manufacturers’ capacity and airline capacity.
German government says airlines could face more bankruptcies
Posted on Wednesday October 17, 2018
Increasing competitive pressures inside and outside Europe could lead to additional airline restructurings and bankruptcies, the German government said in a response to a parliamentary query that was published on Thursday by the Handelsblatt newspaper. The government did not comment on whether it would offer other airlines help such as the 150 million euro bridging credit it provided to Air Berlin, Germany's second largest airline, when it ran into trouble last year. "Increased competitive pressure could result in further business restructurings, such as bankruptcies," the government said in response to the query from the pro-business Free Democratic Party (FDP).
Etihad and Abu Dhabi likely to reject bondholder complaints -sources
Posted on Thursday October 11, 2018
ABU DHABI/DUBAI (Reuters) - Etihad Airways and Abu Dhabi's Department of Finance are likely to reject calls for a meeting with disgruntled bond investors in the belief that their complaints have no legal merit, sources close to the matter told Reuters. In 2015 and 2016 Etihad issued $1.2 billion in bonds in a partnership with airlines it partly owned at the time, including Alitalia and Air Berlin. The bonds are now in default because the European airlines, which are now insolvent, have not honoured their part of the obligations.