Climate change, debt and COVID clouds outlook for airlines

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    While airline stocks have staged a modest recovery so far in 2021, the industry faces several headwinds. They included climate change, high levels of debt and travel restrictions caused by the pandemic. S&P Global Ratings’ Philip Baggaley gives Reuters his outlook for the industry.

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