The US airline consolidation path has “probably almost come to an end,” US Airways president Scott Kirby said Monday. Speaking at the Boyd Group International Aviation Forecast Summit in Dallas, Kirby said the airline industry in 10 years will probably look similar to what it does today because it has reached a level of stability through consolidation and an ability to manage fuel spikes and other events. “We continue to believe that we are in an industry where ...

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