6/18/2009

The recession has reversed the economics of the airline industry, Reuters reports, boosting the importance of leisure travel while penalizing international carriers that depend on premium fliers. Big airlines in recent years focused on less competitive, higher yield international routes -- the very segment hurt most in the current downturn. Analysts say those same airlines will recover the fastest, however, once the global economy begins to heat up.

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