Air Sickness: Who's to Blame? (Part 1)

Air Sickness: Who's to Blame? (Part 1)

Cox and Osorio article in Capital Research Center's Labor Watch
May 16, 2005

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Business travelers, family visitors, tourists—all are affected by the airline industry’s woes. But who knows what really caused the problems in the first place? Industry expert and former pilot Vaughn Cordle blames management-labor relations for preventing fair competition. Next month: a closer look at how unions have harmed airlines.