10 years of airline consolidation

Full-time airline jobs are bouncing back after the industry shed thousands of jobs. 

Domestic airfares are, on average, declining.

Airlines have shifted service over the last decade, pulling back from some hubs as carriers consolidated.

Cheaper fuel has been a boon to airlines but costs have increased recently.

Airline shares have gained but price-to-earnings ratio lags the broader market.


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