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This week in aviation, Brexit is weighing on Scandinavian airline SAS as interested parties wait for parliamentary approval in the UK on the withdrawal agreement. Hawaiian Airlines has worries of a different sort, saying it will miss its fourth-quarter revenue targets.

Airline News Weekly Roundup

Throughout the week we post dozens of original stories, connecting the dots across the travel industry, and every weekend we sum it all up. This weekend roundup examines aviation.

For all of our weekend roundups, go here.

>>It’s not just UK airlines that are concerned about Brexit. An acrimonious departure could create uncertainty all over Europe: Brexit’s Ripple Effects Worry Scandinavian Airline SAS

>>Hawaiian Airlines has been an investor darling for a while. It has dominated its home market, and earned hefty profit. But are market dynamics changing? Hawaiian Airlines Issues Warning About Fourth Quarter Revenue

>>Frequent flyers on American, British Airways, or one of the other 13 members of the Oneworld alliance will soon have another member to look forward to for codeshare flights and frequent flyer points. The new member will also extend the alliance’s reach into Africa: Royal Air Maroc Joins Oneworld Alliance to Bolster Africa Reach

>>It has been a long time since Los Angeles International Airport has seen real gate growth. It’s nice to see the airport considering some expansion: How Southwest Airlines Looks to Grow in Los Angeles


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Photo credit: SAS business class cabin. Company management is concerned about potential Brexit fallout. SAS

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