U.S. Airline Momentum Set To Slow In 2023

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U.S. airlines will benefit from a full year of “normalized demand” in 2023 but will soon face headwinds from broader macroeconomic factors that are threatening most industries, a new Fitch Ratings forecast said. “Network carriers are poised to experience higher relative growth in 2023 on rebounding...

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