US airline traffic remained stalled through Labor Day, as demand for the second half of 2022 has not increased to pre-pandemic levels as once expected. The chart below, using TSA data, shows 2022 traffic in red, compared with 2019 traffic in blue, with 2020 in gold...
UPDATE – United Airlines is bullish about its future outlook and expects to return to full-year profitability again in 2022. It reported a $1.4 billion loss for Q1 on April 20, but Q2 is promising to produce a robust operating revenue. United expects full-year...
Have we reached an inflection point in the US airline recovery from the Covid crisis? The latest data show that while bookings remain higher, we slowed down a bit during the last week in March. The question is whether we’ve reached another plateau in what has been...
The global pandemic nearly devastated the airline industry, and its entire supply chain, in 2020 with further outbreaks slowing recovery in 2021. Some of the impacts of the pandemic will be long-lasting, while others will fade away. Let’s examine some of the key...
Headlines over the 4th of July weekend highlighted that US airline traffic reached pre-covid levels, but this was a bit of an apples to oranges comparison. In reality, we’re not back quite yet. Travel varies considerably by day of the week, and dates fell...
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