Flying low: airlines' bumpy year

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It has taken the airline industry just a few short years to wipe out all the profits made in aviation since the Wright brothers took off. With losses of $10 billion in the past three years alone, U.S. airlines have racked up a $2.5-billion deficit since the days of Kitty Hawk.

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