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Listen to the latest news in the aviation industry by checking out Airline Weekly's podcasts, sponsored by OAG. 

Airline Weekly Lounge Episode 63: All Smiles (Sponsor)

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While the revenue story has improved for U.S. carriers, the cost story has become a headwind. Still, as American Airlines demonstrated in its fourth quarter results, costs are a headwind that can be overcome. With that, AA joined Delta and United in delivering solid fourth quarters and downright strong full-year results.

Airline Weekly Lounge Episode 61: Worse, but still good (Sponsor)

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Rising labor costs at Delta dented its fourth quarter results significantly—but not enough to prevent the airline from posting a terrific profit for 2016. And the big story within the story is that revenues have stopped falling. All in all, Delta remains bullish, which is a nice way to kick off earnings season. 

Airline Weekly Lounge Episode 59: Forward-looking Statement
(Sponsor)

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Leisure demand was one of the defining stories of 2016—will the trend continue? Is the burgeoning low-cost longhaul model for real? What about premium travel? Will Airbus and Boeing see a rebound in aircraft orders? Will the CSeries continue the momentum it saw in 2016? 

Airline Weekly Lounge Episode 57 - Heading South
(Sponsor)

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South African Airways finally published its fiscal year results for the 12 months ending March 2015 and the result—a $442m net loss—wasn’t worth the wait. But with the Ebola scare and high oil prices now in the past, how is the airline doing today?

Airline Weekly Lounge Episode 62: United on Top (Sponosr)

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By just a tenth of a percent, United’s fourth quarter operating profit margin bested that of Delta—and likely that of American, who reports later—making United, for the quarter, No.1 among the Big Three U.S. carriers. So, has the natural order shifted from United being a perennial laggard to leader? 

Airline Weekly Lounge Episode 60: Around and Around (Sponsor)

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SAS has tried and tried to turn itself around, but to no avail—at least judging by its recent earnings report. In fact, on profits alone, the airline’s third quarter was a step backward. What’s going wrong, and can it be fixed? Meanwhile, Frontier Airlines posted a tremendous profit in the third quarter, with an operating margin among the best of the best.

 Airline Weekly Lounge Episode 58: Reductive Reasoning (Sponsor)

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If anybody needed a reminder that the airline business is an interesting business, they got it last week as Air Berlin announced it will be handing over a big chunk of itself to arch competitor Lufthansa. Will Air Berlin be saved by shrinking itself?

Airline Weekly Lounge Episode 56 - CEO Interview: Frontier’s Biffle (Sponsor)

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Frontier Airlines' CEO Barry Biffle opens up on some interesting topics, such as Frontier’s successful second quarter, unit revenue pressures and what it takes to grow capacity 20% per year.

 Airline Weekly Lounge Episode 55: Canadian Continuity (Sponsor)

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Despite a major oil bust and the weakening currency that followed, Canada’s airlines continue to plod along. Listen to Airline Weekly's take on Air Canada as well as the latest in Mexico.

 

 

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