Airline crises benefit inter-city

WITH AIRLINES begging for state funds to stave off bankruptcy as traffic plunged in the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks in the USA, some inter-city rail services are seeing a spectacular surge in business. In Australia, the collapse on September 13 of Air New Zealand subsidiary Ansett - ...

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