We are using Friday data for this update because this is the most recent information we have on flight numbers for US domestic service. There has been a distinct swing down from the upward trend we have been seeing for the past few weeks. The forecast rules are the...
We now have much more recent data thanks to FlightRadar24, which when combined with the TSA daily counts, provides us with a sense of how the US airline industry is doing. It is better but a long way – very long – from where it needs to be for the US...
The media are telling us that a new normal is coming for air transportation. Temperature checks, masks, and social distancing in lines are now likely to be adopted as changes to the way we travel. But nobody seems to be asking the question of why or whether they are...
Conversations with several industry thinkers point to a post-pandemic airline industry fleet deployment that is likely to focus on flexibility. Gone is the “horses-for-courses” thinking. If all you have is a hammer, everything is a nail. US airlines...
Why do we fly? The answer is quite simple – to get somewhere much faster than if we drove. Speed is the name of the game in aviation. But we’ve regressed since the 1970s, which had minimal security lines and even the Concorde in service internationally to get...
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