"It's the only thing I read every week"

— Delta Air Lines, CEO, Ed Bastian

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Skift Airline Weekly is a subscription product published on Mondays throughout the year. Subscribers have access to current and past issues (beginning in 2019). Subscribers access each issue with a username and password. In March 2020 we made Skift Airline Weekly a digital-first publication, improving the experience so that subscribers could easily read each issue on their computer, smartphone, or tablet.

Each issue covers the most important aviation stories of the week through reporting and analysis as well as detailed tables and charts. Regular sections include:

  • Weekly Skies: Just how are airlines doing financially? We explore this every week in the Weekly Skies.
  • Sky Money: Airlines make money, but they also make news, and we dig into the news every week.
  • Media: The media loves reporting about airlines, and we sort the wheat from the chaff.
  • Fleet: Who's ordering what? Who's flying what?
  • State of the Unions: Management and labor often are at loggerheads, and we tell you what the state of the unions is.
  • Landing Strip: Airlines need airports, and airports need airlines. We tell you the most important news on the ground.
  • Routes and Networks: Who's flying where? Route cancellations are just as newsworthy as route announcements.
  • Marketing: New codeshares, new seats, new uniforms -- all of these make a difference in the passenger experience.
  • Feature Story: We take a deep dive into an airline, market, or route every week.

Issues prior to January 13, 2020 are PDF only. Access to Skift Airline Weekly is for subscribers only. You can read our terms of service here for more information.

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Can I read Skift Airline Weekly for free?

Non-members can read the introduction to each week's issue, as well as teasers of each individual story. They also have access to the Skift Airline Weekly Lounge podcast. Our weekly livestream is available on a pay-what-you-want basis.

How long is the subscription?

We offer monthly and annual subscriptions for individuals and subscriptions at the Professional and Enterprise tiers.

Can I cancel?

You can cancel a monthly membership at any point during the subscription period. You will not receive a refund and your subscription benefits will expire at the end of the 30-day cycle.

If you cancel a one-year subscription, your subscription benefits will expire at the end of the current 30-day cycle and you will receive a refund prorated to the effective date of the expiration. If you cancel within the final 30 days of your subscription, the cancellation will not take effect until the end of your current billing period. You will not receive a refund and your subscription access will continue for the remainder of the current billing period. Please email support@skift.com for assistance.

Can I share my membership with others?

Memberships are single-user licenses. Sharing accounts -- including people at the same company -- is not permitted and will result in cancelling the membership without a refund. Additionally, we prohibit the use of role-based emails.

For multi-user packages, please contact us.