US airlines trim service, restrain growth
U.S. airlines, hoping to offset high fuel costs and potentially sagging travel demand, have taken a scalpel to their route structures once again. The service reductions go hand in hand with another stated goal - adding service only where travel demand justifies it. These measures reflect a defensive posture by airlines in uncertain economic times, and show remarkable restraint for the once-bloated industry.
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