Rising fuel prices, discount carriers and other factors are making it harder than ever for the nation’s largest airlines to achieve financial stability. A panel talks about the latest developments in the commerical air industry and how they could affect summer travel.


  • John Ash founder and managing director of Global Aviation Association
  • Richard Aboulafia aviation analyst for the Teal Group
  • Scott McCartney travel editor and "The Middle Seat" columnist for "The Wall Street Journal"

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