U.S. Airline Strategies Leave Room For Ultra-Low-Cost Carriers

Major U.S. airline strategies such as strict capacity discipline and growth through upgauging rather than adding aircraft or flights continues to create opportunities for ultra-low-cost carriers (ULCCs). “Airports are generally thirsty for more volume right now,” Spirit Airlines president and CEO...

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