How Many Airlines Will Stay Aloft?

The Big Six just might become the Big Three, with an 85% share

From a passenger's point of view, there's one good thing about airline consolidation: There would be fewer carriers to complain about--in an industry everyone loves to hate. Still, that's small consolation for the turmoil that customers, politicians, and even airline executives fear could be unleashed on a relatively healthy business.

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