Mike Boyd

President, Boyd Group

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President of the Boyd Group, an aviation-consulting research firm based in Evergreen, Colorado

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Since deregulation, America's airlines have expanded by a factor of ten and there has not been a major crash since 2001.

Turbulent Times for America's Airlines

Since deregulation, America's airlines have expanded by a factor of ten and there has not been a major crash since 2001.

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More bad news for  Southwest Airlines  today- ATA which has a codeshare agreement with Southwest,  went out of business,  stranding hundreds of customers at LAX.

Two FAA Whistleblowers Accuse Their Agency of Being Too Cozy with Southwest Airlines

More bad news for Southwest Airlines today- ATA which has a codeshare agreement with Southwest, went out of business, stranding hundreds of customers at LAX.

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In recent weeks, airlines have canceled flights and pulled planes out of service to make sure safety checks are being properly performed.

Whistle-blowers Accuse FAA of Being Too Cozy with Airlines

In recent weeks, airlines have canceled flights and pulled planes out of service to make sure safety checks are being properly performed.

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