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As the Boeing 737 MAX grounding grinds on and pushes more and more costs onto airlines, the recent breakout of Coronavirus marks another major blow to the industry in the early going of 2020. Capacity costs continue to rise, particularly higher energy costs associated with older 737s brought in to replace the MAX, and the timeline for a potential re-launch of the beleaguered jet could be as far out as next fall.

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