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Condor and Thomas Cook Scandinavia to Continue Operations

    Condor and Thomas Cook Scandinavia to Continue Operations

LONDON — Thomas Cook Scandinavia and Condor Flugdienst, both airlines part of the Thomas Cook Group, will continue flying despite the collapse of the global travel group occurred earlier this

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Book Review: Twelve Years of Turbulence — Written by Gary Kennedy, Terry Maxon

    Book Review: Twelve Years of Turbulence — Written by Gary Kennedy, Terry Maxon

MIAMI — Airline management books can almost read like a thriller novel: there are good guys and bad guys, plot twists, emotional rollercoasters filled with hope followed by despair, and

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Seven Bids for Bankrupt Alitalia, New Routes, New Boeing 777-300(ER)

    Seven Bids for Bankrupt Alitalia, New Routes, New Boeing 777-300(ER)

MIAMI — Seven new envelopes have arrived today at the Alitalia Administrators office in Rome with binding offers from interested investors. The Italian carrier released a statement saying that these

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25 Years Ago: Pan Am Ceases Operations

    25 Years Ago: Pan Am Ceases Operations

MIAMI — In 1991, two iconic U.S. carriers flew into the proverbial sunset, Eastern Air Lines on January 18 and Pan American World Airways (Pan Am) on December 4, a

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Belgium’s VLM Airlines Files for Bankruptcy

    Belgium’s VLM Airlines Files for Bankruptcy

MIAMI — Belgian Regional carrier VLM Airlines has suspended operations following a formal filing for bankruptcy with an Antwerp commercial

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Is Another Southwest Merger on the Frontier?

    Is Another Southwest Merger on the Frontier?

MIAMI — Last December, Southwest Airlines finally wrapped up its lengthy integration process with AirTran Airways, fully drawing the merger to

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Five Reasons Why Japan Airlines Is Undervalued

    Five Reasons Why Japan Airlines Is Undervalued

MIAMI — In September of 2009, Japan Airlines was on the brink. Having just lost a record ¥131.22 billion ($1.45

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Court Approves American’s Exit from Bankruptcy, Clears Way for AA/US Airways Merger

    Court Approves American’s Exit from Bankruptcy, Clears Way for AA/US Airways Merger

MIAMI — Federal bankruptcy Judge Sean Lane today gave American Airlines approval to exit bankruptcy “without delay” on Tuesday. The

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