Airfares are rising, planes are packed and routes are disappearing as the nation’s airlines try to combat rising fuel prices, according to the Los Angeles Times. The nation’s airlines buy about 48 million gallons of fuel each day at a price that jumped nearly 40 percent in the last year. Read more at the Los […]
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