The Future Of The Airline Industry Turbulence has hit the airline industry, and analysts lay the blame on a single commodity: oil. How has the industry been dealing with the skyrocketing costs without quadrupling ticket prices?
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The Future Of The Airline Industry

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The Future Of The Airline Industry

The Future Of The Airline Industry

The Future Of The Airline Industry

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Turbulence has hit the airline industry, and analysts lay the blame on a single commodity: oil. How has the industry been dealing with the skyrocketing costs without quadrupling ticket prices? Alex Cohen talks to David Castelveter of the Air Transport Association, a trade organization that represents the airline industry.