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Issue No. 797

Airlines' Year of Transition

Welcome to the new Airline Weekly. To say the airline industry has changed since we launched in 2004 is an understatement. Similarly, the way we consume news and information has changed remarkably over the last 17 years. And because of…

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Weekly Skies

Another quarter in a year everyone will want to forget. Last year's Q3 numbers are grim but show some interesting trends. Asian airlines led the recovery, reporting the least-bad numbers of the lot. Low-cost carriers did reasonably well, as leisure…

Fleet

The question of whether travelers would board a Boeing 737 MAX again has plagued the airframer and airlines since the jet was first grounded more than 21 months ago.

Routes and Networks

Denver, Houston, Miami and Seattle are all cities that will see an influx of new Boeing 737 MAX flying over the next few months as U.S. airlines slowly reintroduce the jet to their fleets.

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The Data That Can Help Airlines Recover Faster
Madhu Unnikrishnan

Expedia Vice President Air Partnerships Julie Kyse joins the Airline Weekly Lounge to let us know how data can help airlines recover. We will be on hiatus until the first week of January. Enjoy your holidays, no matter how you...

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Issue No. 797

Airlines' Year of Transition

Welcome to the new Airline Weekly. To say the airline industry has changed since we launched in 2004 is an understatement. Similarly, the way we consume news and information has changed remarkably over the last 17 years. And because of…

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Issue No. 796

Looking Back, Looking Ahead

The end of the year is near. Thank heavens for that.

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Issue No. 795

Crisis Management at KLM

Nobody’s flying. But somebody’s buying planes. Lots of them.

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Issue No. 794

Leased Lightning

On Wednesday, Nov. 25, the day before Thanksgiving, close to 1.1m Americans took to the skies. And in one respect, that marked a sign of progress for the U.S. airline industry: It was its busiest day since mid-March. But in…

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