U.S. airlines, already facing a particularly challenging first quarter with this year’s Easter holiday travel period coming in late April, now must absorb the financial fallout from a 35-day partial government shutdown that produced both immediate and longer-term headaches. While the disruption did not help anyone, the losses it caused are not expected to trigger downward revisions of already conservative near-term financial projections. An ICF International analysis concludes that ...

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