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Issue No. 766

Flight Path Unknown

The carnage is now plain to see. Some of the largest airlines from the U.S., China, Japan, and Europe showed just how much money the wicked coronavirus is bleeding from their coffers. A few like Southwest and Japan Airlines escaped…

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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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