Airlines raise prices to cover rising cost of fuel
In related news, Boeing has delayed the release of its upcoming 737 replacement. Introduced way back in the sixties, the jet has sold more than 6,000 units and is a staple in the industry. Those same high fuel prices are causing Boeing to go back to the drawing board, though, as airlines are demanding that the airplane manufacturer make technological improvements, many of which need to be invented first, in order to cut fuel usage.
[Source: The Detroit Free Press]
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