A single year can result in dramatic change within the airline industry, so an entire decade could see it completely transformed. After 10 years of strong profits and relatively stable oil prices in the 2010s, what does the decade ahead hold in store for the U.S. airline industry? Editor Madhu Unnikrishnan and co-founder and Senior Analyst Jay Shabat game out what might happen in the next 5–10 years — and whether Boeing ever will build the NMA.
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Much Ado About Europe
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Interview: Norwegian Executive on SFO Launch and Rebound From Tough Year
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Interview: Airlines for America's Chief Economist
Airline Execs at Skift Global Forum
Interview: Southwest's Andrew Watterson
Interview: Las Vegas' Rosemary Vassiliadis
Interview: Hawaiian Airlines CEO Peter Ingram
Interview: AirBaltic CEO Martin Gauss
Interview: Flybe CEO at IATA General Meeting
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