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Issue No. 773

United's Piles of Miles

With each passing week, more and more Americans are returning to the air. But will the current sunbelt spike in Covid cases, affecting markets like Florida, Arizona, Texas, and southern California, derail the nascent leisure recovery? Or are enough people…

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Issue No. 831

A Crisis Like No Other

Crises have wracked the airline industry almost since its inception. Wars, diseases, economic recessions and depressions, jet fuel price spikes — the list is almost endless and illustrates an industry almost uniquely prone to exogenous shocks. The Covid-19 pandemic started...

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Issue No. 830

Hope for the Holidays

As the Delta Variant Depresses Demand, Airlines Pin Their Recovery Hopes on the Holidays It was a good summer for airlines in many parts of the world, all things being relative. Leisure demand came back as people who had been...

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Issue No. 829

Nascent Recovery Ushers In Era of Change

Airlines Begin to Emerge From the Crisis to New Competition and Remade Markets Welcome back! The airline industry is making its usual summer-to-fall transition in a very changed world. Leisure travel demand soared in many regions during the summer, as...

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