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Lessons Unlearned: U.S. airlines try to keep the profit party going as economic conditions change yet again

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Lessons Unlearned: U.S. airlines try to keep the profit party going as economic conditions change yet again

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Lessons Unlearned: U.S. airlines try to keep the profit party going as economic conditions change yet again

May 4th, 2015

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With the possible exception of giant demand shocks like the 2001 terrorist attacks or the 2008 financial meltdown, nothing so dramatically reshapes the fortunes of America‚Äôs airlines like an abrupt change in fuel prices. So with fuel now below $2 per gallon for some U.S. airlines, down from more than $3 a year earlier, monumental […]

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