Carriers from Asia to Europe to North America continue to scramble to bring their business plans in line with bleak financial performance as declines in pricing show little sign of abating. Airlines are pursuing a wide array of measures—slashing budgets, slowing aircraft deliveries, cutting jobs and pressuring labor to renegotiate contracts. The situation has been bleak for months (see p. 44). But the need for further adjustments was reinforced by weak June traffic figures released by ...


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