It's that time of year again. Airline Weekly Editor Madhu Unnikrishnan and Senior Analyst Jay Shabat look back on the year that was. It was yet another tumultuous year in this industry we love: Storied names like Thomas Cook, among others, went out of business, and the B737 MAX — one of the world's best-selling aircraft — was grounded. Can anyone make low-cost, longhaul flights work? Will Boeing ever build the new midsize airplane (NMA)? Listen to our final podcast of the year to find out.
A Tale of Two Quarters
JetBlue Wants Spirit
What’s Delta Planning at LAX?
What Oil Crisis?
What Happens to Russia’s Leased Fleet?
How Will Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Change Airlines and Aerospace?
What Will Business Travel Look Like This Year?
The ULCC Shakeup
Where Will Ryanair Put Its ’Gamechangers?’
Cathay Pacific Struggles
All the Hullaballoo Over 5G
Will Boeing Become The Junior Partner in The Duopoly?
Cancellations Mar Airlines’ Holidays
American’s New CEO
From Alpha to Omicron
Bonus Episode: American Airlines CEO Doug Parker and Next-Gen Business Travel
Bonus Episode: Winning Customers On Quality With United Airlines CEO Scott Kirby
Past The Inflection Point?
Brazil‘s Airlines Surge
Sarah Westall - Business Game Changers
Wall Street Breakfast
ESG Insider: A podcast from S&P Global
Bundlinjen – Danmarks bedste erhvervspodcast
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