Europe’s Airlines Looking To Structural Changes For Return To Profits
Jens Flottau (Frankfurt), Robert Wall (London)May 09, 2011
Three years of belt-tightening to ride out a global economic downturn should have put European airlines in a strong position to ride a recovery wave. There is just one problem—there is no wave. Rather, carriers face a fresh storm of problems in the guise of sustained economic weakness in Europe...
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