Michael Levine, a former executive with multiple carriers who is considered a principal architect of US airline deregulation, strongly rejected calls for "re-regulation" during a speech before the International Aviation Club in Washington yesterday, arguing that the industry "will need the kind of innovation and flexibility that government regulation would impede" in order to survive the fuel cost crisis. Levine, who now is a distinguished research scholar at New York University School of ...

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