U.S. LCCs Unlikely To Expand To Europe Or Asia, Analysts Say

Credit: NOAA
U.S. low-cost carriers (LCCs) have generally avoided long-haul routes, preferring to fly shorter stage lengths to leverage cost and efficiency advantages. But with some airlines possibly running out of easy-growth targets as they add new, longer-range range narrowbody aircraft, could this strategy...

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