Higher Fuel Prices Will Put a Profit Squeeze on Airlines

A Norwegian Boeing 737 Max 8 takes off from Edinburgh Airport. The airline only has a limited amount of fuel hedging in place.

Skift Take: Weak and unprofitable airlines can muddle along when fuel doesn’t cost much, but it’s a very different story when the price starts to rise. The International Air Transport Association thinks tougher times lie ahead.

— Patrick Whyte

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