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Off-Peak Seasonal Disorder: Europe’s airlines did well in general during Q3. But will recent trends foster full-year success?

Europe’s airlines

Off-Peak Seasonal Disorder: Europe’s airlines did well in general during Q3. But will recent trends foster full-year success?

November 21st, 2016 at 3:51 PM EST
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Issue Overview

At first glance, Europe’s airline industry might look every bit as healthy as its U.S. counterpart. After all, the collective operating margin of its 11 largest publicly-traded carriers was 17% last quarter, almost equal to the 18% earned by America’s 10 largest airlines. But first glances can be deceiving.

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