THE AIRLINE INDUSTRY, PARTICULARLY in the deregulated US market, is defined by fierce competition among carriers. Airline executives plotting strategy must be fully aware of competitors' latest fares, route choices and service offerings in order best to determine the direction their own carrier should take. But a serious competitor has emerged in recent years that may be far more difficult to counter than a rival airline: Business aviation. While there are no definitive numbers proving that ...

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