Insiders Observations 11-09

Noting that the third quarter is normally the best for airline profits, and seeing positive signs in losses that were not as dire as had been projected: “The added liquidity each airline was recently able to achieve greatly reduced the risk of bankruptcy for the weaker carriers.
Noting that the third quarter is normally the best for airline profits, and seeing positive signs in losses that were not as dire as had been projected: “The added liquidity each airline was recently able to achieve greatly reduced the risk of bankruptcy for the weaker carriers. Year-over-year revenue growth could begin as early as the first quarter of next year. As reduced capacity reconciles with our expected higher traffic demand, airlines will finally have the opportunity to increase fares enough to generate measurable profits.”

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