Airlines to report profits for 2007 despite soaring fuel

Airlines are expected to post a collective fourth-quarter loss, but they are still on track to report profits for all of 2007. Severe weather, fears of a recession and soaring fuel prices hurt results in the latest quarter. The airlines' annual fuel costs are approaching $40 billion, more than double the bill in 2003, according to the Air Transport Association.

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