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Issue No. 801

A Record for 'All the Wrong Reasons'

So here we are, financial results from the six largest U.S. airlines in hand. Those airlines lost a total of $43.8 billion last year. Or, put another way, that's just a few billion less than the amount the industry lost,…

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Issue No. 864

Phoenix Rising

Few places boomed like Phoenix, the capital of Arizona, did during the pandemic. People from all over the country were lured by its wide-open spaces, warm climate, relatively lower-cost real estate, and strong economy as Covid-19 raged, especially as remote...

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Issue No. 863

South America’s Tangled Web

Abra Spins Out South American Consolidation With Avianca, Gol, Sky, and Viva An argument can be made that South America is a laboratory for airline industry innovation. This is due in part to more liberal ownership and control laws in...

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Issue No. 862

The Miami Boom

Miami Capitalizes on Florida's Economic Growth, Strength of Leisure Travel "Welcome to Miami, bienvenido a Miami," went the refrain of a popular song in the late 1990s. It might as well serve as Miami International Airport's anthem now. During the...

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