Fuel prices force carriers to scale back

03/25/2008 | USA Today

Record fuel prices are forcing airlines to consider sweeping changes, including selling planes, scaling back service and cutting jobs. The spot market for jet fuel touched $3.40 a gallon last week. In 2007, carriers paid an average of $2.10 a gallon for jet fuel, according to the Air Transport Association.

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