Eyes on the Skies

LOOKING BACK ON AIRLINE DEREGULATION, which he guided as head of the Civil Aeronautics Board in 1978, Alfred E. Kahn wrote that although deregulation greatly benefited most airline passengers, it also resulted in “a limited reemergence of monopoly power and the exploitation of a minority of customers.” That minority is you — and the employees and meeting attendees you want to put on planes for something less than an exorbitant price.

But for the past decade, there's been someone in yo

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