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[P][FONT face=Times New Roman size=3]USaviation.com''s Eric Bird conducted an exclusive interview with six leading airline analysts. The interview looked at industry issues such as code sharing, bankruptcy, and consolidation. The interview is interesting reading and can be viewed at:[/FONT][/P]
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RumorS

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Chip...This is the same thread that our Moderator Eric started yesterday??? I think this is the second time that you posted this??? The first one you posted was removed???
 
With all due respect for the analysts involved, it looked to me like an email survey sent out (and there were probably more who didn't respond) with lot of the same comments made in research notes, conference calls, and interviews in other publications or media outlets.
 

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Well I liked Barbara Beyer's remarks that we are overhubbed, and that the current hubs are too congested. Is the solution for one or two less congested hubs, and if so, does that mean that an airline should reach a certain point and then cease growing?
 
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Well I liked Barbara Beyer's remarks that we are overhubbed, and that the current hubs are too congested. Is the solution for one or two less congested hubs, and if so, does that mean that an airline should reach a certain point and then cease growing?
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The answer is to let one or two airlines go out of business. Then we will not be overhubbed anymore!