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American Tech Ops' Post-Pandemic Future

Early in the pandemic, American's Tulsa, Okla., maintenance base spent a lot of its time readying aircraft for long-term storage. Now, it's doing precisely the opposite as the world's largest carrier starts to pull its aircraft out of mothballs. We…

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Weekly Skies

A big question in the executive suites of the world’s airlines is: When and how will lucrative business travel return?

Fleet

Echoing many of his peers at airlines, Boeing CEO David Calhoun thinks this year will be an "inflection point" for the manufacturer, as it seeks to iron out its production issues and return to growth and profits.

Sky Money

Aircastle has beefed up its $1 billion revolving credit facility. The lessor added two banks to the 10 backing the facility, and extended the maturity by three years to 2025. Aircastle can draw on the facility as needed.Tis the season…

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Is Your Airline a Pollyanna or Cassandra?
Edward Russell

We're in the thick of U.S. airline first-quarter earnings, and executives almost across the board are optimistic that the industry has turned the corner. But is that optimism misplaced? Brazil, after all, offers a cautionary tale of how the virus isn't...

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Issue No. 813

American Tech Ops' Post-Pandemic Future

Early in the pandemic, American's Tulsa, Okla., maintenance base spent a lot of its time readying aircraft for long-term storage. Now, it's doing precisely the opposite as the world's largest carrier starts to pull its aircraft out of mothballs. We…

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Issue No. 812

A Hot Summer for U.S. Airlines?

To hear U.S. airline executives tell it, the summer ahead could be a bonanza, as travelers cooped up at home during the pandemic take to the airways in huge numbers. They say travelers will flock to beaches and outdoor leisure…

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Issue No. 811

The Pandemic's Network Legacy

Airline networks have changed as a result of the pandemic. Some were clear money grabs — United flying from cities in the Upper Midwest to Florida in the winter — but others are more strategic, like JetBlue moving its Southern…

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Issue No. 810

What's Next for South America's Airlines?

The airline industry in Latin America and the Caribbean is in a tough spot. Some of its largest players are in the bankruptcy process, and some have stopped flying altogether, and the ones that remain are finding the region's patchwork…

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