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SAO PAULO, Brazil - TAM Airlines' chief executive said in a newspaper interview published on Friday that Brazilian carrier plans to cut domestic routes in 2013 to restore profitability in the face of
AMR Corp., the parent of American Airlines, announced Wednesday that it must cut labor costs by 20%, as the third-biggest national carrier restructures itself under bankruptcy protection.
WASHINGTON – Lobbyists for America’s senior citizens, oil companies and airlines had a message Sunday for the special joint congressional committee trying to forge a comprehensive deficit reductio
Philippines Airlines (PAL) is all set to cut 2,600 jobs as it restructures to curb losses.
Any moves by Qantas to cut international routes or swap to no-frills Jetstar services will lead to Middle Eastern and Asian airlines swooping on its passengers, says Australian aviation veteran and Et
ATLANTA, PARIS and ROME - The members of the leading transatlantic joint venture – Delta Air Lines, Air France KLM and Alitalia – today announced a year-over-year 7 to 9 percent reduction in trans
Delta Air Lines Inc. plans to cut by more than half the size of its remaining commuter unit over the next two years, the latest in a series of sweeping changes across the regional-airline industry.
Japan Airlines on Tuesday submitted its bankruptcy plans for approval, a proposal that includes slashing roughly one-third of its workforce.
DUBLIN - Irish low-budget airline Ryanair Holdings PLC said Tuesday it will cut its U.K.
After an economic slump that put the brakes on business travel, the corporate world appears to be redeploying workers again to attend out-of-town meetings, conferences and conventions.
Japan Airlines (JAL) is to cut 15 international routes, and suspend operations on 30 domestic routes, as part of a reduction in its network.
LONDON - British Airways PLC.
TOKYO - Japan Airlines Corp. confirmed tie-up talks with foreign carriers and said it would slash its work force by 14% as the struggling carrier seeks to escape its long malaise.