Which Airlines may be next to Fold?

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thomas cook gone

jet airways india gone

cobalt gone

numerous otheer EU operators gone

JQ NZ domestic goning

Condor next ?

Norwegian ?
 
Latest on AAX- trying to substantially cut the 339 order.
 
Mango Airlines has entered business rescue.

 
PR doing a restructure

hmm

Philippine Airlines Inc. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in New York with a lender-supported plan that helps the country’s main carrier recover after the pandemic devastated global travel.
 
Alitalia is going in October but a new airline will take its place- ITA With many of these airlines going under during Covid, I think we will eventually see new ones replace them over time...
 
Alitalia is going in October but a new airline will take its place- ITA With many of these airlines going under during Covid, I think we will eventually see new ones replace them over time...

I think that's a fair observation. Where there's money to be made someone will take advantage. New airlines will come in with lower costs through no debt, leased planes, more efficient workforce. Might not get all the status benefits of alliances though!
 
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Thai Air Asia trying to raise capital (about US$540m)


Meantime Air Asia looking to setup a Cambodian unit, and folding all of the minority subsidiaries U drt a holding co.
 
Lufthansa has announced further fleet reductions with all A380 and A340-600 planes to be retired and only reactivated if there is an unexpected rise in demand.
Looks like there is an unexpected rise in demand after all:
 
Looks like there is an unexpected rise in demand after all:
even Korean Air is using A380 too

 
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