Following discounters' lead, big airlines add direct flights

05/4/2005 | NYTimes.com

Under pressure from low-fare rivals, large airlines are adding nonstop flights that do not require travel through their hub cities, the New York Times reports. Airlines have already added 134 nonstop routes within the past year. Airline managers hope the changes will attract more passengers and create profits.

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