As fuel costs rise and airlines cut capacity, they've increased their international partnerships...
As fuel costs rise and airlines cut capacity, they've increased their international partnerships and joint ventures on specific routes, and become "metal neutral." That means it's less important to carriers whether a passenger flies on their planes or on a partner's, as they're sharing the money and co-ordinating schedules.
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