High fuel prices, ticket price pressure and overcapacity are issues the entire European aviation industry is struggling with—but without the economies of scale enjoyed by low-cost carriers (LCC) or the more profitable premium business that can offset short-haul challenges for network carriers, small regional airlines are particularly vulnerable to a tough climate.  Moves toward consolidation among regional players may help shore up their operations in the short term. But looking ...

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