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This year, the show’s coverage continues with a look at the year ahead.
This year, I’m going to focus on two of the more important travel stories: the ongoing battle between Uber and Lyft, and the future of the airline industry.
In the second half of the show, I’ll look at how things are shaping up for the airlines and how they’re going to play out over the next couple of years.
What’s the latest?
The last few months have been incredibly tumultuous for the airline business.
On the one hand, Uber is trying to make money in the United States, and is going to continue to do so.
On a smaller scale, some of these companies are fighting to keep up with the growth of other companies.
On an international level, Uber and other players are trying to get a foothold in the new world of international travel.
In short, the industry is on the brink of major disruption.
On the other hand, Lyft has done well, making a big splash in the Uber wars.
They’ve also been making progress in building a business in China, and now have more than $1 billion in revenue in the country.
And as the new season of the Travel Guide hits the shelves, Lyft is looking to take on Uber in the U.S. In addition to Uber, Lyft recently announced a partnership with an airline in Japan to expand the service in the Pacific Rim.
The deal, which is set to be completed in 2018, will help Lyft to compete with other airlines and airlines that have already started to roll out their own direct-to-consumer services.
Finally, in May, Uber sued Lyft, accusing the company of stealing trade secrets and threatening to sue its competitor.
As a result, Lyft had to shut down its app for the week of May 10.
But it wasn’t a one-off event.
Lyft has been sued many times before.
Some of the lawsuits have been settled, and some have never been resolved.
However, the current lawsuit has gone to court.
It’s worth noting that while Uber and others are suing Lyft, the companies have never actually sued each other.
That’s because both Uber and the other players have a vested interest in maintaining the status quo.
When a company wants to change its business model, they want to get the customers they need and get back to doing what they do best: driving a profit.
Uber and Uber competitors are all about getting more users, but Uber wants to drive more riders.
And Uber wants Lyft to lose money.
The case against Uber will go to trial in September.
It’s not clear yet if Uber will ultimately prevail, but it’s likely to be a close one.
In general, if you have an existing competitor that’s a threat to your business, you want to make sure you have the strongest case possible before taking on that competitor.
As for the future, the world is moving in a different direction.
China is rapidly transforming.
It was a big factor in the collapse of Western airlines in the early 1990s, but that’s starting to change.
There are several new carriers that are coming online that are competing directly with airlines that are already doing well.
In Europe, Airbus is opening a new airline in 2019.
Airbus’s new A320s are already on the market, and they have more seats than any other jet in the market.
The A320 is an evolution of the 737, and it’s going to have a lot more passengers in the future.
The next few years are going to be critical for the business of travel, especially for the carriers.
As they continue to grow, their profits will be growing too, and that will help them maintain their dominant position in the marketplace.
As airlines look to diversify, they’ll have to make some tough choices as well.
But for now, the biggest story for the travel business is the ongoing struggle between Uber, the ride-sharing startup, and Lyft.
The two companies have battled for dominance in the transportation space, and have even tried to merge.
Now, Lyft’s CEO, Travis Kalanick, has said that his company will “move on” from Uber.
And, if that doesn’t happen, he could be forced out of his job.