Why Booming Air Travel Isn't Lifting AirlinesGene Koretz
By most measures, air travel for Americans really took off in the past decade. In the wake of deregulation, more people flew more often than ever before, and the number of passenger miles flown by U.S. carriers rose from 227 billion in 1978 to 458 billion in 1990.
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