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Issue No. 789

Emirates' Heavy Metal Muddle

American, Southwest, and Alaska showed again that conditions in the U.S. weren’t as bad in Q3 as they were in Q2. But that’s not to say they still weren’t bad. In fact, they were awful, far from anything resembling a…

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Issue No. 794

Leased Lightning

On Wednesday, Nov. 25, the day before Thanksgiving, close to 1.1m Americans took to the skies. And in one respect, that marked a sign of progress for the U.S. airline industry: It was its busiest day since mid-March. But in...

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Special Video Edition: Skift Aviation Forum Complete Sessions and Recap

Skift hosted its first Skift Aviation Forum as an online conference on November 19. Airline Weekly annual subscribers could access the event as part of their subscription. We've compiled all the sessions from the event and present them here in...

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Issue No. 793

Seoul Survivor

A major merger between Korean Air and its weaker rival Asiana signals — perhaps — a new wave of airline industry consolidation. If so, the international landscape could see an easing of competitive pressures akin to what happened after a...

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