The European airline industry is proving the old adage that necessity is the mother of invention. Faced with fierce competition and falling fares, terrorism fears that have leisure travelers postponing trips and concerns over fuel prices, both legacy carriers and their low-cost rivals are getting creative to survive, blurring the boundaries between the roles they have traditionally occupied. But will their new strategies work? And will they go far enough? Legacy carriers including Air ...

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