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The Feds are going to fix the airline industry

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That's terrific news! Maybe I'll get "saved" before I get furloughed.
The best way to save a industry that doesn't want to be saved is to put it out of its misery.
The Feds should do the same!

http://www.flyertalk.com/forum/archive/t-812782.html#-(Dow Jones)- The Argentine government Monday published a resolution raising domestic airfare rates, a move local media estimated would lead to an 18% overall price hike.
The airfare increase goes into effect at midnight Monday, according to Resolution 257 in Monday's Official Bulletin, which also included a rates schedule for domestic destinations.
The government said the hike was needed "to adapt the economic equation" for airlines, due to rising fuel and salary costs.
Aerolineas Argentinas (AR.YY) is Argentina's main domestic carrier, with some routes also covered by Chile's Lan (LAN.SN).

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