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It’s Just as Bad in Europe

A NY Times article explores the sorry state of the European airline community. While not quite as bad as the US, European airlines are struggling financially for two reasons: higher fuel costs and extraordinary fare sales. European airlines are better hedged against higher fuel prices than US airlines, but competition (including $2 tickets and a brutal fight between EasyJet and Ryanair) has done major damage.

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