U.S. Airlines May Compete More With Each Other In 2015

Credit: George Hamlin
U.S. airlines completed one of their most profitable years in 2014, mainly by limiting capacity and taking advantage of strong demand and cheaper fuel. But if fuel prices continue to fall, will airlines stick with the strategies that have made them so much money? Or will stronger carriers reach for...

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