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COVID-19 airline industry recovery signals in 2021

Here are some developments to watch over the next 12 months. TARIFF WARSAir traffic will not see a major increase until vaccines saturate populations enough to reduce infection rates. Even…

Has Covid-19 destroyed the airline industry forever?

The impact of the coronavirus on daily life cannot be underestimated; there are significant restrictions, both globally and locally, on how we socialize and work. The travel industry is one…

Are triangular routes the airline industry’s response to the pandemic?

It’s a phrase that probably doesn’t need to be said, but we’ll say it anyway: Times are tough for the aviation industry. With much lower levels of passenger demand due…

Airline industry still in the red, losing $300,000 per minute: Association

The airline industry will burn $77 billion in cash (nearly $13 billion per month or $300,000 per minute) in the second half of 2020 despite resuming operations after most countries…

Airline industry could halve ‘to survive,’ says United Airlines chairman

“The harsh reality of what we are facing is dire,” Munoz said in an exclusive interview. “This industry has been through hell many times,” said Munoz, who suffered a heart…

The fight to save jobs in the airline industry

Three weeks ago, Sara Nelson, the president of the Association of Flight Attendants-CWA, received a call from a veteran flight attendant who has worked for twenty-five years and has continued…

The airline industry may not recover until 2023 at the earliest

Moody’s Investor Services, the respected financial firm, has released a new report on the beleaguered airline industry – and the end result isn’t pretty. Moody’s says commercial aviation – and,…

Airline industry won’t recover from coronavirus for years: Moody’s

Commercial aviation will be ravaged by the COVID-19 pandemic for years to come, according to a new report from Moody’s. All stakeholders, from airlines and airports to aircraft lessors, aircraft…

How Top Aviation Leaders See the Future of the Airline Industry

At the end of April, a virtual event called FlightPlan took place, during which the future of aviation was discussed by more than 50 contributors, including aerospace and airline leaders…

How the airline industry has been affected by the crisis | In depth

After years of record traffic growth and unprecedented profitability, the airline industry is facing its deepest and most sustained decline in demand as the coronavirus pandemic has brought international travel…

What you can learn from the failure of the airline industry

The airline industry is hemorrhaging in the aftershock of the Covid-19 pandemic. Warren Buffett’s Berkshire Hathaway has sold its holdings to three major US airlines. Delta Airlines started 2020 by…

These are the top six issues facing the revamped airline industry

A passenger walks past the empty American Airlines check-in terminals at the domestic airport on May 12. … [+] (Photo by ANDREW CABALLERO-REYNOLDS/AFP via Getty Images) AFP via Getty Images…

The airline industry could be forever upended by the coronavirus crisis

The airline industry got a $58 billion lifeline in the federal coronavirus relief package. But the path is blurry for these companies, whose operations and prospects will be forever upended…

Airline industry braces for extended recovery from coronavirus crisis

International seat capacity has fallen nearly 80% from a year ago and half of the world’s planes are in storage, new data shows, suggesting the aviation industry could take years…

COVID-19: Issues facing the airline industry

As the novel coronavirus COVID-19 continues to cause economic and social unrest across the world, the airline industry is suffering particularly acute difficulties. US carriers including Delta, American, United and…

Changes in the airline industry in the 2010s and what to expect in the 2020s

The 2010s were transformative for the airline industry. As it recovered from the global economic crisis of 2008-2009, new business models, practices and operating procedures became critical. But the 2020s…

Airline industry prepares for major threat from coronavirus turmoil | Air industry

The airline industry often finds itself on the front line when a global disaster strikes. The September 11 attacks, the Sars epidemic and the credit crisis have all posed a…

Resumption of service in the airline industry

Led by the team of Associate Professor Dr. Reza Etemad-Sajadi, this research assesses the impact of air passengers’ perception of service restoration on their satisfaction and loyalty. The objective is…

Driven by competition, the airline industry is taking off

This summer, more people than ever are taking flight. Millions of Americans will go on vacation, plan trips with family and friends, and explore new places. A record 246.1 million…

The airline industry faces problems

Airlines today are becoming safer, more efficient and more profitable with savvier management teams. However, the problems plaguing the airline industry have not gone away. The global nature of the…

Is the airline industry an oligopoly?

The airline industry in the United States today is arguably an oligopoly. An oligopoly exists when a market is controlled by a small group of firms, often because the barriers…