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 Michael Linenberg - “It's tough to call. I can say that in the long term, Atlantic Coast is a very interesting growth story, a lot of potential, but there are a lot of uncertainties since it is a high pe (price to earnings ratio) stock.”
 Michael Linenberg - “The next several weeks will be critical for the U.S. airline industry,”
 Rick Klinenberg - “David is really uncoordinated, so I never thought he could do this. But he loves it.”
 Michael Linenberg - “Given that the first half of December is a relatively quiet time for travel, Delta has been able to re-accommodate most of the passengers on other Delta flights.”
 Michael Linenberg - “One way or another, the labor issue will be resolved this should pave the way for Northwest to reach its savings goals with the other union groups.”
 Michael Linenberg - “The industry has been on sale every single day since the beginning of the year. At this point in time I think industry will make money, but those numbers are clearly at risk.”
 Rick Klinenberg - “We were told to sit down, take a deep breath, and then the doctor told us that David had a pervasive development disorder on the autism spectrum.”
 Michael Linenberg - “Any time a contract negotiation drags on for more than a year, the issues tend to be less practical and more emotional. We think this is certainly the case here with UAL and its mechanics.”
 Michael Linenberg - “Any time a contract negotiation drags on for more than a year, the issues tend to be less practical and more emotional, ... We think this is certainly the case here with UAL and its mechanics.”
 Michael Linenberg - “While it appears on the surface that the departures were personal in nature, given that the company is in a critical phase of its growth with 2006 and 2007 capacity expected to increase 14 per cent and 10 per cent respectively, we think the departures of key personnel create an uncertain outlook.”
 Rick Klinenberg - “Our children will be trained in job skills.”
 Michael Linenberg - “We would not be surprised if any of the potential airline bankruptcies borrow a page from the America WestUS Airways playbook and emerge from bankruptcy in the form of a merger. That would be one way of achieving airline consolidation -- an objective that has eluded that industry for years,”