Foreign carriers benefit from international flying

08/5/2008 | ABC News

Several foreign carriers are expanding as U.S. airlines curtail capacity and cut routes to offset soaring fuel prices. Foreign carriers, such as Emirates, fly more international routes, while two-thirds of routes flown by U.S. carriers are domestic. Experts note fares on international flights are higher and the flights more profitable.

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