The collective market value of publicly traded airlines worldwide has more than doubled since 2009, but is still below pre-2008 financial crisis levels, according to a top industry stock analyst. Speaking last week at the Latin American and Caribbean Air Transport Association (ALTA) Airline Leaders Forum in Cancun, Deutsche Bank airline analyst Mike Linenberg said the value of airlines globally trading on all stock markets now stands at $59 trillion, up 136% from $25 trillion in 2009. ...

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