When Warren Buffett speaks, the corporate world tends to take notice. So, when he indicated this week that he was hungry for a huge acquisition adding that he wouldn’t rule out owning an entire airline, the media press pounced on the news in a frenzy of speculation of possible targets. Berkshire Hathaway already owns shares in the big four US airlines – leading to a spike in share prices – although a bid for total control of one of those doesn’t make a great deal of sense in terms of price and ROI. Perhaps, other aviation assets have caught the

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