SHOULD AIRLINES BE REREGULATED? Deregulation has been a triumph overall, and recent talk of rolling it back makes little sense. But Washington still must ensure that megacarrier competition survives

Labich, Kenneth; Baig, Edward C.
June 1989
Fortune;6/19/1989, Vol. 119 Issue 13, p82
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