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Airlines Fight for Passengers in Weak Travel Market – The Wall Street Journal

Millions of passengers have yet to return to flying since the pandemic started, but cash-strapped airlines are showing they are ready to compete fiercely for those who do travel.

With demand stuck at roughly one-third of prepandemic levels, the industry faces a lean post-Labor Day season. This year, most of the travel linked to business conventions and family holiday gatherings just won’t happen, airline executives said.

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Airlines Fight for Passengers in Weak Travel Market – The Wall Street Journal

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