Report: New low-cost carriers may fill void in service

08/5/2008 | Travel Weekly

New low-cost carriers may fill the void left by major airlines cutting capacity and service, according to a Government Accountability Office report. The report points to the open-skies agreement that has liberalized the international markets as an example of competition leading to lower fares. The report did note that the higher cost of fuel might prevent new low-cost carriers from entering the market.

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