For the remainder of 2011 and into the beginning of next year, the fluctuation in oil prices could wreak havoc with airline financial performance, analysts say. But it is not merely that oil prices are high—the next year could bring considerably more volatility as decreasing demand leads the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) to consider slashing production. The fourth quarter could reveal significant drops in U.S. airline revenue and share prices, mainly due to ...
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