Low-cost airline model evolves as competition heats up

08/25/2009 | USA Today

Despite some high-profile bankruptcies, at least 10 low-cost carriers are still flying in the U.S., though the business in many ways looks quite different from the model pioneered by Southwest Airlines 30 years ago. Discount airlines today are more likely to pursue business travelers and no longer avoid major airports or international destinations, USA TODAY reports.

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