Questions remain about proposed airline merger's affect on travelers

06/22/2010 | USA Today

Some airline industry analysts and other observers are convinced a proposed merger of United and Continental airlines will result in higher airfares. But today's air travel market has evolved, with low-cost airlines raising the stakes for legacy airlines. Plus, after years of consolidation in the industry, today's airfares are inexpensive when measured on a historical basis.

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