European Airlines See Strong Summer Amid Supply Chain Issues

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BRUSSELS—European airline CEOs are forecasting strong travel demand for summer 2023, and despite supply chain and engine delays affecting operations, predict the industry is better prepared for the peak season than in 2022 when airport staff shortages caused extensive disruption. Speaking at the...
Helen Massy-Beresford

Based in Paris, Helen Massy-Beresford covers European and Middle Eastern airlines, the European Commission’s air transport policy and the air cargo industry for Aviation Week & Space Technology and Aviation Daily.

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