Green Shoots? Maybe not.

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Mar 10, 2010

Perry Flint is Editorial Director at Air Transport World and joins us each month to discuss a topic facing commercial aviation. This month it is the much mentioned green shoots some airline managers have been talking about. Perry doesn't see green shoots. In fact he sees some fundamental issues airlines need to be thinking about, not least of which is the rise in digital communications.


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