CSA Czech Airlines intends to move forward on an ambitious cost-cutting plan in response to continuing high oil prices that have caused its fuel bill to rise by more than CZK1 billion ($41 million) in 2005. "The only way to successfully face the increasing pressures of rising fuel costs and competition is to aggressively cut the airline's own costs and to introduce effective, modern technological tools at the same time," said Eduard Janota, chairman of the CSA board of trustees. ...

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