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Resource ID: #19949
Subject: Aviation
Source: Wall Street Journal (New York)
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Date: Aug. 9

Description

The Wall Street Journal reports on the extraordinary life expectancy of planes model Boeing 737. As for many years the industry has trained pilots ways to fly to keep planes running longer, this has caused for old planes to remain in service and accumulate. The story finds that, in the long run, "a jet surplus undermines airline stability" and leads to ticket pricing wars.

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