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.
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
Is The 'Smart Airport' Really a Thing?
Why Volaris is Taking the Bus
What's the Deal With Air India?
Much Ado About Europe
How Does IAG Benefit From Acquiring Air Europa?
Interview: Norwegian Executive on SFO Launch and Rebound From Tough Year
What Happened to Thomas Cook?
Interview: Airlines for America's Chief Economist
Airline Execs at Skift Global Forum
Interview: Southwest's Andrew Watterson
Interview: Las Vegas' Rosemary Vassiliadis
Money Talks from Economist Radio
Tom & Shane Rebroadcasts KMMS Morning Soapbox
Goedemorgen Horti Podcasts KAS 2030
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