Air Canada The wave of restructurings among legacy carriers over the past five years has focused mainly on aligning the financial and operating cost structure with the altered revenue environment. Although this has opened doors to new market opportunities, it has done little to persuade customers that airlines deliver value for money. Fare changes have tended to be seen as reactive, a reluctant response to a market increasingly defined by low-cost carriers and the Internet. Few airlines have ...

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