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Happy Holidays From Airline Weekly

Madhu Unnikrishnan
December 24th, 2020 at 11:04 AM EST


As this strangest and most tumultuous of years in the airline industry — and world — comes to a close, all of us at Airline Weekly and Skift wish you a happy and safe holiday season. We wish you all the best in the new year.

We are going on a year-end hiatus. AW Daily will return on January 4. The next edition of Airline Weekly will be published on January 11. We are excited to bring you a new and refreshed Airline Weekly with the new year, and we’re excited to hear your feedback.

Until then, stay safe, and we will see you in 2021.

Madhu Unnikrishnan, editor


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