North America

Airline Pulleys and Levers

Edward Russell
January 13th, 2023 at 11:36 AM EST

Travelers at a United Airlines gate

Welcome to fourth quarter airline earnings season. Oil prices have come down from the peak of the year but labor costs are climbing as the system of pulleys and levers that determine the industry’s costs continue to fluctuate. Edward Russell and Jay Shabat discuss what they’re looking at as airlines report. Plus, the ongoing evolution in air service to small cities across the U.S.

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Edward Russell
January 13th, 2023 at 11:36 AM EST

Tags: North America

Photo credit: A United Airlines gate area at Newark Liberty airport. Airline Weekly / Andrea

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