Airlines rethink capacity growth amid higher oil prices

The spike in fuel prices is prompting airlines to consider scaling back their growth plans for 2008. Some carriers are passing on fuel costs to their customers in the form of higher fares. Meanwhile, Continental Airlines, which operates a new, fuel-efficient fleet, has a structural advantage in the market.

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