How the Airlines Are Wasting Fuel

A little perspective, please: Back when fuel first hit $4 a gallon at the pumps, some clever blogger noted that a gallon of black "printing cartridge" ink would cost about $2,700 — and if you fancied a gallon of Chanel No. 5 for someone special, you'd pay more than $25,000. Doesn't really make you feel better, though, does it? It sure doesn't make the airlines feel any better: For them, every drop of jet fuel is precious — and with the way prices are rising, it's becoming more and more...Full Story
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