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OneJet: The Airline Industry’s Newest Entrant

    OneJet: The Airline Industry’s Newest Entrant

MIAMI— It’s more than fair to say that the number of airlines in the playing field has dwindled over the past several years. Look out the window on your next

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DOJ Overreaches with Investigation Into Airline “Collusion”

    DOJ Overreaches with Investigation Into Airline “Collusion”

MIAMI — The US Department of Justice (DOJ) announced that it was investigating US airlines for collusion Wednesday afternoon, building a striking parallel to current efforts by major US carriers to

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Delta’s Fuel-Driven Q4 and 2014 Financial Results

    Delta’s Fuel-Driven Q4 and 2014 Financial Results

MIAMI — Delta Air Lines reported a fourth quarter net loss of $712 million January 20, driven primarily by mark-to-market losses on its portfolio of fuel hedges. For full year 2014, Delta

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US Airlines Won’t Lose Capacity Discipline Because of Oil

    US Airlines Won’t Lose Capacity Discipline Because of Oil

MIAMI — Few changes in macroeconomic conditions have been more impactful for the global airline industry than the precipitous drop in oil prices from June 2014 to the present. From

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