Carriers May Be Using Small Planes To Meet 80% Usage Rule At Four Hubs

U.S. airlines are 75% more likely to use aircraft with 100 seats or fewer on hub-to-hub routes from the country’s four slot-controlled airports than at other large airports, according to a federal government analysis. The Government Accountability Office’s (GAO’s) study also concludes that airlines...

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