US Airways and Allegiant air are set to make out well for different reasons: the former doesn't engage in hedging while the latter's domestic U.S. routes mean Europe's continuing troubles won't hit it.
This weekend, airline executives are probably having trouble suppressing their glee over the recent drop in oil prices. However, you wouldn’t know it, based on the price action in airline stocks last week.
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