Are US airlines’ prospects finally turning around? The trend lines, finally, are looking good for the battered US airline industry. Collective losses for the nine largest passenger carriers narrowed considerably in the first quarter, revenue grew at twice the rate of costs and yields were up 5%. Delta Air Lines CEO Richard Anderson pointed to continuing evidence of “the right trends in the revenue environment” and said he is “optimistic about the rest of the ...

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