ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 13, 2006
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) Report introduced.
(Washington: Lisa Stark) The potential for a merger feeding frenzy among the nation's airlines examined; details given about talks between United & Continental, American & Northwest, US Airways & Delta & the resulting options for low-cost airlines Southwest & JetBlue. ["Wall Street Journal" Melanie TROTTMAN- says airlines don't want to be left behind.] [Aviation consultant Michael BOYD- says consumers & employees take a hit in big mergers.] [United Airlines passenger Gary BROWN- worries about cost.] ["InsideFlyer" magazine editor Randy PETERSEN, Delta pilot Jay KUENZLE, aviation analyst Darryl JENKINS- comment on the airline industry.]
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