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Loss-making Iberia faces a battle to survive

LONDON, England - Spanish airline Iberia plans to shed 4,500 jobs, or 22% of its workforce, as part of an overhaul aimed at rescuing the struggling airline.

Privatizing Air Zimbabwe only way to save the carrier

Not a single passenger turned up to board Air Zimbabwe on Friday.

International hotel industry study shows successful tactics for surviving an economic...

In association with The Cornell-Nanyang Institute of Hospitality Management and Professor Sherri Kimes, EyeforTravel is proud to announce the release of The Global Hospitality Report - An in-depth an

Survival of Uganda wetlands and forest will sustain or break us

A subject close to the heart of this correspondent are all matters surrounding Uganda’s wetlands and forests, a key component for nature and wildlife-based tourism, and a potential source of employm

Peru’s mountain people face fight for survival

Climate change is bringing freezing temperatures to poor villages where families have long existed on the margins of survival.

Aer Lingus trying to survive competition with Ryanair

Aer Lingus, the loss-making Irish airline, announced Wednesday it will lay off more than 15 percent of its staff, cut pay rates and expand operations in Britain to survive competition with its much bi

Keynote on leadership and survival in tough times at IT&CMA &...

When times get tough, it’s time for training. There is no better time than now to opt for more training.

Branson: Unlikely all big US airlines will survive

TOKYO - British entrepreneur Richard Branson, founder and president of Virgin Atlantic Airways VA.UL, said on Tuesday he believes it is unlikely that all big U.S.

AIG’s plane-leasing unit says its survival is in doubt

International Lease Finance Corp., the Century City aircraft leasing giant, said today its survival has been thrown into doubt by the turmoil in the airline industry and the financial troubles afflict

Alitalia stays on life support

2008 brought many surprises to investors, from the collapse of Lehman Brothers Holdings to the bailouts in the ailing car industry.

Alitalia could attract renewed TPG interest if airline declared insolvent

MILAN (Thomson Financial) - U.S. private equity fund Texas Pacific Group (TPG) could be interested in Alitalia SpA again, if the company is declared insolvent, said TPG partner Vincenzo Morelli, responsible for TPG European investment.