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Issue No. 798

When a Codeshare Becomes a 'Pseudo-Merger'

Fourth-quarter and full-year 2020 earnings season kicked off last week with Delta's report. The Atlanta-based behemoth thinks business travel will start to recover by the end of this year. IATA and aviation analysts aren't as optimistic, but only time will tell.

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Issue No. 874

Lufthansa’s Urge to Merge

The second quarter earnings results keep rolling in, depicting an airline industry enjoying a resurgence in demand, but also a shortage of supply, especially of people and planes. Korean Air stole the show with a thundering 22 percent operating margin...

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Issue No. 873

Inside the JetBlue-Spirit Union

With many airlines having now reported their second quarter results, some clear trends are emerging. Most importantly, travel is back in a big way in all but a few markets, like China. On the other hand, high fuel prices are...

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Issue No. 872

Airshow Shopping

There’s life in the airline industry again. For the first time since the onset of Covid, the aviation world gathered near London for the Farnborough Air Show. Delta grabbed the spotlight with a blockbuster order for Boeing’s 737-10, not to...

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