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Issue No. 832

U.S. Sues to Split Up American and JetBlue

We thought it could happen when the U.S. Justice Department (DOJ) said it was looking into the American Airlines-JetBlue Airways Northeast Alliance. And it did. Last week, the DOJ filed a suit in the U.S. District Court for the District…

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Issue No. 912

Transcon Trouble

It was a week of disappointment for American and JetBlue, who spent the time digesting the ramifications of a judicial order to end their northeast alliance. By all accounts, it was working well for both carriers. American did downplay the...

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Issue No. 911

Icelandair Soars

We’ve now reached the point where most major airlines have published their first-quarter results. Singapore Airlines was among the carriers reporting last week, joining several other East Asian airlines near the top of the worldwide margin rankings. Its excellent 16...

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Issue No. 910

Anadolujet to the Fore

Ryanair is buying planes again. A lot of planes. The Irish LCC opted for Boeing’s largest narrowbodies on offer, its 737-10s. Ryanair ordered 150 of them, with options for another 150. Will it still have enough growth opportunities to fill...

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