Airlines scale back fleets, capacity plans

03/21/2008 | Tulsa World (Okla.) · CNNMoney · Twincities.com

The soaring cost of fuel is forcing airlines to scale back their fleets and capacity plans. Delta Air Lines this week said it would offer buyouts to employees, and United Airlines is retiring planes. Frontier Airlines said it will sell two jetliners and revise its capacity plans, citing the high cost of fuel.

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