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Issue No. 799

The Right Jet for These Times

JetBlue introduced its first new aircraft type in years, the Airbus A220. As airlines the world over park and retire widebodies, the A220 is emerging as the right-sized jet for these pandemic times, as we explore in this week's feature…

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Weekly Skies

United Airlines cut hard and cut deep when the coronavirus pandemic hit a year ago. As the largest U.S. airline to China, it cut more flights earlier than any of its American competitors — something it continued as it became…

Routes and Networks

Qatar Airways plans to resume flights to Dubai this week and says it expects to return to Bahrain soon without specifying a date. Flights between Qatar and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) halted abruptly in 2017 after a row broke…

Fleet

Transport Canada, the country's transportation ministry, lifted restrictions on the Boeing 737 Max last week clearing the way for the aircraft to fly again in Canadian airspace.

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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. 799

The Right Jet for These Times

JetBlue introduced its first new aircraft type in years, the Airbus A220. As airlines the world over park and retire widebodies, the A220 is emerging as the right-sized jet for these pandemic times, as we explore in this week's feature…

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Issue No. 798

When a Codeshare Becomes a 'Pseudo-Merger'

Fourth-quarter and full-year 2020 earnings season kicked off last week with Delta's report. The Atlanta-based behemoth thinks business travel will start to recover by the end of this year. IATA and aviation analysts aren't as optimistic, but only time will tell.

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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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