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The 8,000th model has rolled off the assembly line. There's a reason it's the best-selling airplane of all time.
Is an airline a utility or a service? The ones who act like a utility have more financial success.
The investor pessimism that started with Amazon and Facebook has crept over to Delta and other carriers.
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