By Steve Lott Eclat Analyst: John Donnelly A look across the Atlantic shows European network airlines are returning to profitability after the rise of low-cost carriers, while their U.S. peers continue to lose money. One major reason may be that their parent corporations rely less on passenger airline income and more on diversifying their networks and revenues. In the not-too-distant past, U.S. airlines were in the hotel business, car rental industry and maintenance shops, but ...

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