Covid-19 claimed its latest airline victim with the bankruptcy of Latam. Just how did one of the largest and most successful airlines in Latin America land in such dire straits? And what does its bankruptcy filing mean for Delta, which has a significant investment in Latam, and for connectivity in South America? Join Skift Airline Weekly’s editors as they hash out what happened and for when they think shorthaul traffic might start to rebound.
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Who’s Traveling Across the Atlantic?
Can Technology Make Travel Safer?
The Passenger Experience in the Time of a Pandemic
Las Vegas Airport's Coronavirus Lessons
The Giant Shifts in Aircraft Manufacturing
To Mask or Not to Mask?
How Airports Need to Adapt for a Public Health Crisis
Enormous Challenges and Possible Opportunities
How Much Money Are Airlines Losing Now?
The Threat to Virgin Australia
How Is the Coronavirus Pandemic Different From 9/11 for Airlines?
La Compagnie President -- All-Business-Class Can Work
Qatar's Bet on Air Italy Fails
The Sabre-Farelogix Antitrust Lawsuit
French Bee President Marc Rochet
Do Secondary Airports in L.A. and San Francisco Work?
Whither Willie Walsh?
Looking Into Our Crystal Ball
The Year in Review
Money Talks from Economist Radio
GoodFellows: Conversations from the Hoover Institution