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Issue No. 760

'State of Emergency'

It’s another week in the war against Covid-19, a once-in-a-century viral pandemic. Like everyone else on planet Earth, airlines are still in a phase of deeply uncomfortable uncertainty, especially about how long the war might last. A few weeks? A…

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Issue No. 769

America’s Airlines Start to Recover… A Little Bit

By its own lofty standards, 2019 was not a good year for Ryanair. Needless to say, 2020 will be worse. But with an important caveat: This year’s distress contains unmistakable seeds of opportunity. Ryanair will survive the crisis, no doubt...

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Issue No. 768

Covid’s Paradox: The Losers are the Winners

Airlines are just going to have to learn to live with the virus. Might there be a miracle vaccine before 2020 ends? Or a miracle cure? Not impossible. But also not the likeliest scenario. Some say the plague could linger...

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Issue No. 767

Start Your Engines

It’s going to be a smaller airline industry. That much seems sure, for at least the next few years as carriers adjust to a world with less travel. Fewer planes. Fewer routes. Fewer airline workers. It’s not a pretty picture....

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