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U.S. Capacity Is Returning, But Business Travel Isn’t A Priority In Fluid Airline Network Planning (Audio)

Airline capacity remains down dramatically on most international routes while markets with big domestic networks, like the United States, are rebounding. Leisure routes take precedence…

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New Southwest Revenue Management Tactics Put Upward Pressure On Fares

Southwest Airlines is using new revenue management tools in a fight against lower-cost competition. For travel buyers, the impact could be fewer low airfares from…

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Offsetting Trends To Keep 2017 Airfares About Flat In North America

[UPDATE, June 28, 2017: BCD Travel’s Advito slightly raised several of its 2017 airfare projections, owing to strong global demand and improving economic conditions. It…

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Airfares Are Down In Most U.S. Markets, But Some Pay More Or Get Less

Airfares around the United States generally are falling compared with last year, but exceptions include some pretty big markets. Even where prices aren’t rising, years of capacity reductions…

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Big Airlines Rein In Capacity Amid Fare Softness

Air travel demand is fairly strong and airplanes are pretty full. Airlines are raking in profits. Fares are flat or down. Where will they go…

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