Column: Airline reorganizations do not change much

Columnist Stephen J. Lubben writes that airlines should broaden their horizons when filing for bankruptcy. "Airlines never seem to use Chapter 11 to consider a new business model," he writes. High fixed costs may prevent airlines from reinventing themselves, according to Lubben.

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