The 4.3-cent-per-gallon fuel tax to be imposed on the airline industry in October - unless Congress intervenes - will raise individual carriers' operating costs by only 1%, which could be passed on to the consumer, an industry analyst said. Referring to an analysis of fuel costs prepared for The DAILY, the analyst said that although the chart shows that if the tax had been imposed for the year ending with the third quarter 1994 - costing the industry nearly $500 million - individual ...

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