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“The airline business was perfectly optimized for the economics of 2019.”

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With steady revenue flowing in from frequent business travel, baggage fees, and cheap seats, airlines were flying high last year, wrote Byrne Hobart in Marker. But as business travel came to an absolute dead standstill and with consumers experiencing justifiable demand shock for the better part of the year, airlines continue to face an uphill battle with travel…

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