International Routes Still Lucrative, But Regulatory Hurdles Remain

International routes have proven the most lucrative for U.S. airlines since 2000, but significant regulatory and financial hurdles prevent airlines from realizing the full potential of expansion outside the U.S., industry analysts say. Since 2000, revenues on U.S. carriers’ international routes have...

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