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Foreign Airlines Prosper While U.S. Carriers Struggle

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Foreign Airlines Prosper While U.S. Carriers Struggle

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Foreign Airlines Prosper While U.S. Carriers Struggle

Foreign Airlines Prosper While U.S. Carriers Struggle

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While U.S. airlines are struggling with rising fuel costs and customer complaints, foreign airlines are doing quite well — some even very well.

Co-host Steve Inskeep talks to David Field, an editor with Airline Business Magazine, about why international airlines are prospering while American carriers aren't.