Robert Ditchey

Airline management consultant

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Robert Ditchey on KCRW

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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Jet Blue  was an American success story, until a massive storm hit the East Coast on Valentine's Day.

JetBlue Fighting the Valentine's Day Blues

Jet Blue was an American success story, until a massive storm hit the East Coast on Valentine's Day.

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