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How Will Russia’s Invasion of Ukraine Change Airlines and Aerospace?

Madhu Unnikrishnan
March 4th, 2022 at 10:52 AM EST


In this week’s episode, Edward “Ned” Russell and Madhu Unnikrishnan break down the many ways the Ukraine war will affect global aviation. Will lessors repossess jets by March 28? How will airlines reroute their polar flights? This global crisis has the potential to set aviation and aerospace back years. After the break, Madhu and Ned turn their attention to the growing U.S. pilot shortage and what that may mean for airline recovery.

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