Thanks to Fuel Crisis, Airlines Weather Storm

When travelers find themselves on packed planes this holiday season, it could lead them to believe that business is booming for the airlines. But holiday travel is actually off 10 percent this year, a sign not only of the troubled economy but also that there could be more turbulence ahead. Overall, U.S. airlines predict they may lose between $4 billion and $6 billion this year. "We are starting to hear some reports of advanced bookings being off significantly, and that of course, is a...Full Story
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