Outlook for Airlines: Consolidation, Regulation, and Revenue Generation

Outlook for Airlines: Consolidation, Regulation, and Revenue Generation featured on CIT’S “5 Minute Capital” Podcast Series

CIT executive podcasts featuring Jeff Knittel, President of Transportation Finance at CIT.  In this edition, Jeff discusses the outlook for the airline industry and how consolidations, more efficient aircraft and systems, and revenue generation continue to play an integral role.  The podcast was based on CIT’s “2011 Global Aerospace Outlook” study that was recently released and can be downloaded for free at www.cit.com/aerospaceoutlook.

You can view the transcript and listen to the podcast by visiting www.5minutecapital.com

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