Europe

Euro-Things

Gordon Smith and Jay Shabat
May 3rd, 2024 at 11:13 AM EDT

The nose of an Air France jet at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport

In this week’s episode, Gordon Smith and Jay Shabat take a deep-dive into the latest earnings from carriers across the European continent. From airline supergroups to more niche Nordic players, we make sense of the big numbers and ask what they could mean for the coming summer season. Don’t forget, you can find a full archive of the Lounge here.

Background Reading:

Lufthansa’s Lufthansa Problem

Three Things We Learned from Air France-KLM’s 2023 Results

Norwegian Air CEO Shares the Secret to Surviving Low-Season Lulls

Gordon Smith and Jay Shabat
May 3rd, 2024 at 11:13 AM EDT

Tags: Europe

Photo credit: The nose of an Air France jet at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport Flickr / Nicky Boogaard

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