Why U.S. Airlines Need to Adapt to a Slow-Growth FutureSeverin Borenstein
June 4 (Bloomberg) -- As the economy recovers and fuel prices ease, U.S. airlines are doing better. Prospects for the summer and the rest of 2012 look brighter, particularly because there are fewer carriers after the mergers of the last five years.
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