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After a short hiatus due to the election and other pressing current events, The P-56 Podcast returns to the airwaves with Jon Ostrower, Editor in Chief of The Air Current, one of the newest and most in-depth aviation news sources for public consumption today. In this episode we discuss Jon and his colleague Courtney Miller's forecast for airline recovery, the relationship between aviation and the environment, how automotive development in the late 1800s and early 1900s and its effect on the aviation industry mirrors the developments happening today in the electric vehicle world, what's to come for aviation in President-Elect Biden's administration, and the all-important return of the Boeing 737MAX to the skies in the coming weeks and months.
Jon Ostrower is Editor in Chief of The Air Current, an exclusive source of news and insight for the business and technology of flying. Prior to launching TAC, Jon served as Aviation Editor for CNN International, as an aerospace business and safety writer for the Wall Street Journal, and editor of the award-winning FlightBlogger for Flightglobal and Flight International Magazine. He's covered Boeing extensively, with a focus on new airplane programs from the Boeing 787 to today's new developments. Originally from Boston, he graduated from The George Washington University's School of Media and Public Affairs. He's currently based in Seattle. The Air Current can be found at TheAirCurrent.com and Jon can be followed on Twitter and Instagram at @jonostrower.