WASHINGTON — U.S. carriers trail many foreign competitors in creating a supply chain focused on strategic partnerships, but the continuing drive to cut costs will lead to greater adoption of the approach--and increase pressure on suppliers, Republic Airways Holdings VP-Supply Chain Andrew Skaff predicts. “There is going to be a shift in direction where many airlines are going to migrate to a more strategic program-style offering rather than a traditional one-off supplier and ...

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