Continued rising fuel prices are undermining the "remarkable overall progress being made by the US airline industry to return to profitability," the US Air Transport Assn. said yesterday as it called for airspace modernization to mitigate the impact. "Record crude oil prices, which are expected to average nearly $70 per barrel this summer, will hamper the industry's widespread efforts to reverse the losses that have plagued the airlines in recent years," ATA VP and Chief Economist John ...

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