U.S. Airlines Face Supply Shortfalls Limiting Growth


Delta Air Lines' Colin Scott and Allegiant Air's John Pepper watch on as Spirit Airlines' Matthew Glover speaks at Routes Americas 2023.

Credit: Ocean Driven Media
CHICAGO—U.S. airlines are navigating through a host of supply constraints—from delayed engine and aircraft deliveries to a shortage of pilots and air traffic control inefficiencies—as they attempt to develop networks to meet robust passenger demand. “Right now, there are all these impediments...
Aaron Karp

Aaron Karp is a Contributing Editor to the Aviation Week Network.

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