Hard Landing is an extremely hard act to follow... It's one of few books that I've read more than once -- I'm hoping for an updated version now that the original is 10 years old. (I had heard somewhere that this was in the works, but no news since).
After reading Hard Landing the first time everything suddenly made sense about why the airline industry is where it is today - and how it got there.
I can't help you with regard to specific models, but if you liked Hard Landing, you may want to check out From Worst to First
(about Continental's turnaround), flyingHigh
(about Jet Blue, and specifically David Neeleman (sp?)) Nuts!
, also now about 10 years old, if I'm not mistaken)-- in that order. Though, all of these are more "Management" books than "Airline" books, all focus on their specific airlines, and all (especially Nuts!) do the rose-colored-glasses/everything-is-almost-perfect thing.
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