THE AIRLINE INDUSTRY - The terrorist attacks on the US in 2001 signalled the beginning of a disastrous 18 months for the major long-haul airlines. The newer, no-frills sector has thrived, taking away the big players' market share in the process. Can this trend continue as the threat of war makes the corporate travel market ever more jittery?
|Year of Publication:||
|Type of Publication:||Article|
|Title record from database:|| OLC-SSG Economic Sciences|
|Availability:||More access options|
|More options (other):|
|Description not available.|