Airline industry may shrink to a few carriers, observers say

06/13/2008 | MarketWatch

Some industry observers predict the airline industry will shrink to just three large carriers and a few low-fare carriers feeding traffic into hubs. They note that airlines that successfully cut costs will have the best chance of surviving soaring oil prices and the downturn in the economy.

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