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Issue No. 819

Is Europe (Finally) on the Verge of Recovery?

Last summer, European airlines raced to restore capacity as the first wave of Covid-19 ebbed and Europeans flocked to beaches. Since then, the continent has struggled with a resurgent virus, the inevitable lockdowns and travel restrictions, and a slow vaccine…

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Issue No. 825

Will Delta Bring Out the Bears?

Alaska, American and Southwest all reported profits in the June quarter, albeit with the beneficent help of Uncle Sam, with the steady return of U.S. travelers giving them — and United — optimism for the recovery this fall. In fact,...

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Issue No. 824

Delta Kicks Off June Quarter Results

We kick off June quarter earnings with Delta Air Lines, who had a rosy outlook for the recovery — at least in the U.S. The carrier turned a profit in June, and expects the black ink to continue to flow...

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Issue No. 823

Canada’s Airlines Awaken

At long last, Canada has begun to relax some Covid-19 restrictions on domestic and international travel. For much of this year, the country had had among the strictest rules, requiring travelers to provide test results and quarantine in government-approved hotels...

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