During the past several years, Europe's airline analysts, company executives and trade group representatives have discussed the so-called new economic model that should shape the industry's future. General consensus is that low-cost carriers, in the long term, will not kill their legacy competitors' attempts to survive, and both entities should eventually co-exist, albeit with market shares that will be less robust than either are used to. However, beyond conferences and lofty statements no ...
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