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Issue No. 770

Latam: The Biggest Bankruptcy Yet

The month of May, to the great relief of airlines, was considerably better than April. June and July are trending better too as cancellation rates drop, bookings increase, and flights resume. The recovery will be long. But it’s now underway.

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Issue No. 841

Special Video Edition: Skift Aviation Forum Highlights

What did we hear from airline leaders at the second annual Skift Aviation Forum on November 17? We heard mainly cautious optimism, although some warned that the road to full recovery will be bumpy. In this special video edition, we're...

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Issue No. 840

The Dubai Order Frenzy

In the Before Times, the biennial Farnborough and Paris Airshows were where airframers announced masses of orders from the world's airlines. Those two shows have been idled for two years during the pandemic, but the Dubai Airshow was not. And...

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Issue No. 839

Latin America Comes Back Strong

South America's Domestic Markets Propel the Region's Airlines to Recovery Again and again during the pandemic we have seen the power of domestic recoveries to propel airlines. Brazil, South America's largest market, is no different. Vaccination rates there are soaring,...

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