Costly fuel takes its cut from airlines' profits
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#1 Jul 19, 2007
Dear Airline CEO's
Here is a little simple business idea for you.
If you are say--a bread maker and the cost of flour goes up-it is a normal business practice to pass that cost onto the customer--You charge more for the bread.
Now let's use that example for your airline.
The cost of jet fuel has gone up.. you pass that cost onto the customer.
YOU CHARGE MORE FOR THE TICKET!!
Wow what a novel idea!!
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