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Issue No. 833

Regionals' Labor Issues Return

The U.S. regional sector has long faced hiring issues. Cape Air began actively working to address the impending pilot shortage in 2009, even before the so-called "1,500 hour rule" — largely panned in the sector — came into force in…

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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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Issue No. 861

Counting on 2023

The recovery was looking good until a laundry list of non-pandemic issues got in the way. With results in from almost every major U.S. airline, the outlook is both bright and dim: Profits are set to return at most in...

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