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Issue No. 784

London's Fog

The once-in-a-lifetime Covid crisis already is reshaping the global airline business in profound ways. In London, the world’s largest air travel market, the upheaval has some major players in retreat, and others (like Wizz Air) sensing a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Never…

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Weekly Skies

SpiceJet’s crisis management delayed it from reporting Q2 earnings until last week. But the numbers are now in, and the Delhi-based LCC showed a $79m net loss from April through June, along with a negative 119% operating margin. Revenues dropped…
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Fleet

A scathing report from the U.S. House of Representatives said Boeing’s “faulty technical assumptions” and the FAA's “grossly insufficient oversight” were responsible for the B737 MAX operating with flawed flight control software, resulting in the Lion Air and Ethiopian accidents. The report,…
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Landing Strip

The FAA is proposing to extend its slot-use wavier at Washington Reagan National, New York LaGuardia, and New York John F. Kennedy International, through March 27, 2021, the end of the winter scheduling season. The proposal, which is open for comments, is…
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Latin America's Aviation Infrastructure Problem
Madhu Unnikrishnan

IATA Regional Vice President for the Americas Peter Cerdá explains the patchwork of travel restrictions that is making air travel in Latin America difficult and why governments in the region should invest more in air transport infrastructure.

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Issue No. 784

London's Fog

The once-in-a-lifetime Covid crisis already is reshaping the global airline business in profound ways. In London, the world’s largest air travel market, the upheaval has some major players in retreat, and others (like Wizz Air) sensing a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Never…

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Issue No. 783

Mountain Market Muscle

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Issue No. 782

What Could Come Next After Covid?

By now, airlines hoped the Covid crisis would be over. Or at least that the world would be a lot further along in the recovery. September has arrived, almost nine months since Chinese carriers began facing Covid’s wrath. For the…

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Issue No. 781

No Soft Landing: Airports in for a Bumpy Ride

It’s nice to be a major cargo carrier right now. China Airlines joined Korean Air and Asiana in the exclusive club of airlines that actually made money last quarter, all thanks to carrying stuff rather than people. Taiwan’s EVA Air…

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