Difficult pricing environment, rising costs shrink US airline profits

Credit: Rob Finlayson
US airlines are past the peak of their current cycle of profitability and urgently seeking cost savings as expense increases outpace revenue gains, Airlines for America (A4A) chief economist John Heimlich said. “There’s still breathing room, but the peak of this particular cycle is behind us,”...

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