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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. 889

Dutch Dilemma

What do airlines and Taylor Swift have in common? Their tickets are exceedingly expensive right now.   High-priced tickets are good news for the airline industry, currently underpinned by strong demand and tight supply, even beyond the current holiday season....

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Issue No. 888

Frontier Confidence

Let’s describe current airline industry conditions in just four words: Demand great, supply constrained. Or perhaps you prefer: Revenues strong, costs rising. The point is, airlines around the world are filling their planes and collecting handsome fares. But they’re also...

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Issue No. 887

Turkey’s Rising Star

It’s Turkey time. Not the bird, the country. Turkish Airlines and its low-cost rival Pegasus are giving thanks for an astounding set of summertime financial and operational achievements, earning monstrously large profit margins while growing capacity by double digits from...

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