By: Steve Lott, Aviation Daily Lead Analyst: Leslie Riegel, Eclat Consulting As the summer travel season kicks off this week in the Northern Hemisphere, a longstanding conflict threatens to emerge stronger than ever -- airlines boost frequencies to attract high-end travelers, but more airplanes mean greater congestion and more delays, degrading the travel experience. While the industry is far from fixing the problem and there is no clear, right answer, a new historical ...
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