The U.S. and other global economies might be plateauing, but the 2020 outlook for U.S. airports is positive as strong demand and low fuel costs drive higher airline capacity, credit analysts said in a new report this month.
French airport slot coordinator COHOR has redistributed 9,868 Paris Orly slots formerly belonging to Aigle Azur, which collapsed in September after encountering operational and management issues linked to its long-haul expansion plan.
Norwegian Air Shuttle will stop flying from Copenhagen and Stockholm to the U.S., and from Oslo to Thailand, as part of a broader shakeup of its network designed to improve profitability.
United Airlines is looking to gain a U.S.-Mexico City slot pair once JetBlue Airways ceases operating to the Mexican capital in January 2020.
Lufthansa has begun a long-term trial of a noise-reducing approach guidance technology at Frankfurt Airport.