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Corona-virus is still with us and kills people with a vengeance. 
A new strain is out.
It may be still with us for a long time.
It has influenced our lives, including the outcome of our Presidential elections.
Things will get much worse before they get better.
But ...

Smile!

You are still alive! And the fact that you have logged on this website means that you still have your dream deep inside your heart.
WE'LL SURVIVE,
AND 
WE'LL MEET AGAIN.
WE'LL LOOK DIFFERENT.
WE'LL HAVE TO DO THINGS DIFFERENTLY.
BUT WE'LL SURVIVE.
UPDATED 12/24/20
Merry Christmas 
and 
Happy, Healthy New Year!


Since there very few good news in aviation at this time, we’ll skip news altogether and will go into details as to what to expect in 2021 after New Year’s. 
There is something, however, that we can say right now, as to what not to expect.



Remember PanAm, the airline that span the world in civilized comfort? The PanAm logo was the most recognized logo in the world, second only to Coca-Cola. It was also the airline that has helped the U.S. Government a great deal during the Vietnam War. Pan Am transported servicemen to Vietnam, and, more importantly, was instrumental in evacuating both American personnel and South Vietnamese citizens from Saigon to safety when the war was lost. 
You’d think that the government would feel indebted enough that when PanAm was in financial and management trouble the government would help out; not so. The government turned its back on the airline, and it shut its doors. Northwest and TWA, which did the same service, were treated just as badly.
So, don’t hold your breath. Our government will not bail out all airlines this time around, and in 2021 we will see the number of airlines shrink even more. But there is no reason to panic – when things settle down and they will - new entrepreneurs will start new airlines, and the surviving airlines will have to keep up with the competition. And that’s where you will have your chance again! Maybe not in 2021, but soon after.
Drop in for the entire analysis after January 1.
Ms. Wynter Hutchison, Flight Attendant