The New Geography of Hubs
US airlines have cut costs, slashed workforces and, largely, evolved to fee-based revenue models. But one of the biggest, and sometimes overlooked, changes was the consolidation and retrenchment of hub airports since 2000. While not unsurprising, the shift has created a whole new geography of hubs.
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#1 Oct 6, 2011
And tax payers have footed the bill for all these upgraded airports that have been downsized.
Air travels have paid by less convinience.
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