Capital needs could alter airline industry

05/6/2009 | Bloomberg Businessweek

BusinessWeek says the changing fortunes of banks, lessors and aircraft manufacturers could fundamentally alter the airline business. From mega-mergers to international ownership, experts say the industry could be headed for tumultuous times. "We have in this business been able to fund long-term losses with outside capital -- and that is going to be harder to do in the future," warns US Airways CEO Doug Parker.

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