Airlines, travelers feel sting of soaring fuel prices

Travelers will likely see higher fares and crowded planes this spring as carriers continue to face soaring fuel prices. Three carriers shut down last week, and all blamed higher fuel prices. Analysts note that fuel prices are not threatening to shut down large carriers, but they are forcing big airlines to scale back costs.

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