Why 2019 was the final year for some of Europe’s oldest airline names.

Credit: Airbus
As the European summer faded, it seemed like many of its airlines were falling quicker than the autumn leaves. Industry observers have been saying for some time that more consolidation was coming, but unlike in the US—where airlines have merged—Europe has seen carriers go out of business. “There are...

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