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The Future of Air Travel in the Age of COVID-19: Winners, Losers

Editor’s Note: The following is a series of interviews carried out by the author in May 2020. The series has covered so far the state...

The Future of Air Travel in The Age of COVID-19: The US Low-Cost Carriers

Editor’s Note: The following is a series of interviews carried out by the author in May 2020. The series has covered so far the state...

The Future of Air Travel in the Age of COVID-19: The US Regional Airlines

Editor’s Note: The following is a series of interviews carried out by the author in May 2020. The series has covered so far the...

The Future of Air Travel in the Age of COVID-19: Route Networks, Hubs, Scheduling,...

Editor’s Note: The following is a series of interviews carried out by the author in May 2020. The series has covered so far the...

The Future of Air Travel in the Age of COVID-19: The Passenger Experience

Editor’s Note: The following is a series of interviews carried out by the author in May 2020. The first part of the series, which...

May / June 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has spread around the planet at a furious pace, forcing the global aviation industry to a radical standstill. To date, thousands of aircraft remain parked, stored, or phased out. This month’s cover shows how Delta Air Lines has parked most of its narrow-body fleet on a runway at Kansas City International Airport. 

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