A4A: U.S. airlines earned 21 cents per passenger in 2012

The 10 largest U.S. airlines that have announced 2012 results earned a profit of $152 million, or 21 cents per passenger, for the year after facing high fuel costs. John Heimlich, chief economist for Airlines for America, said U.S. carriers are "setting up a foundation for a structurally more healthy industry."

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