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I owned AAIR when they were VJET and have held on hoping that they would survive and recover. So far they have survived and with the new planes coming on, their costs should go down on maintenance and fuel while hopefully appeal and awareness go up. My question is, what is holding the price down. There has been no bad earnings, no surprises and the outlook appears to be good. Anyone have comments on why it has found a home between $4 and $7/share versus in the old days, it was a flyer and hot stock.
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