Higher Fuel Prices Threaten Airline Industry’s Recovery

Rising fuel prices are squeezing airline profits and will force carriers to cut capacity and replace older aircraft. IATA recently downgraded the airline’s industry profit forecast to $8.6 billion, citing higher fuel prices. This compares to its previous forecast of $9.1 billion. The new estimate is...

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