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Washington Notebook (Airline Industry / Deregulation) #343110

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Feb 29, 1992
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Decrease in the number of commercial airlines featured; effect of airline deregulation and the Persian Gulf war on the airline industry noted. [Wall Street aviation analyst Julius MALDUTIS - comments on airline industry losses.] Airlines that have shut down and those that are bankrupt listed. [America West Airlines chairman, Edward BEAUVAIS, Senator Joseph LIEBERMAN - comment on airline deregulation.] [Airlines Passengers Association Richard LIVINGSTON - says business travelers subsidize casual travellers.] Disadvantages faced by smaller airlines noted. [Former Pan American vice president Richard MATHIAS - talks about control by larger airlines.] [American Express Travel president, Roger BALLOU - comments on airline industry competitiveness.] Lieberman's bill with regard to airline regulation mentioned.

Schieffer, Bob

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