Aaron Gellman, transportation expert at Northwestern University, isn’t such a fan of airline capacity discipline if it means U.S. carriers aren’t looking long-term at international markets.

In a conference call with reporters Thursday, Gellman said a short-term focus on profits may cause U.S. carriers to miss out on long-term growth in the emerging markets like China and other Asian countries, Latin America and Africa.

He noted years of losses by U.S. carriers, as well as the move to … [visit site to read more]

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