In 2008 the cost of oil soared, and so did the cost of jet fuel.in response, american airlines...

announced in may of that year it was cutting some routes and reducing the frequencyof flights on other routes.. 1.In this instance is jet fuel a variable cost or a fixed cost? explain why 2. What dud American airlines gain from reducing the number of flights? 3.Was the airline more likely to cancel flights which tended to be filled to capacity , or ones that typically fly partly empty?explain 4.the next generation of airplanes from boeing, the 787, uses less feul than many of the aircraft currently being flown.if american airlines could replace its aircraft with more fuel efficient models, wou

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