Travel managers are wary of airline mergers, survey finds

01/22/2008 | NYTimes.com · Wall Street Journal, The

The majority of business travel managers believe that airline mergers will push fares higher, according to a recent survey. Some airline executives have said that mergers will benefit business travelers because carriers will offer larger networks. However, many travel managers surveyed believe mergers could result in reduced service to some markets, resulting in a boost to fares for those routes.

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