United Continental Holdings on Thursday announced that both companies posted profits in the third quarter of 2010 and that they will lift capacity just 1% to 2% in 2011.
The Boeing Company on Wednesday announced that it recorded a 2 percent increase in third quarter revenues, earning $16.96 billion better than analysts’ expectations of $16.72 billion.
WestJet on Thursday announced July 2010 traffic results with a load factor of 80.7 per cent, up 4.3 points year over year and a 130 percent jump in Q2 net earnings.
British Airways on Friday reported an operating loss of some £72 million ($112.4 million), a slight improvement from the same period last year, despite strike action and the unprecedented volcanic ash crisis that canceled flights across Europe.
The Dallas-based airline scored a big profit boost in the second quarter and announced a new order of 737-700 aircraft on Thursday.
Boeing Co. on Wednesday announced that its second-quarter profit fell 21% from a year ago after fewer commercial aircraft deliveries.