Airlines Remain Under Revenue Cloud Even though air travel has picked up, major airlines continue to lose money, slash flights and face changes in commercial aviation that threaten their viability. United lost $247 million in its latest quarter; Delta and US Airways are each asking for large concessions from their employees. NPR's Jack Speer reports.
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Airlines Remain Under Revenue Cloud

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Even though air travel has picked up, major airlines continue to lose money, slash flights and face changes in commercial aviation that threaten their viability. United lost $247 million in its latest quarter; Delta and US Airways are each asking for large concessions from their employees. NPR's Jack Speer reports.