Shutdown of key fuel pipeline sends airline prices soaring (Kansas City Star)

Sep. 8--GULFPORT - Rising fuel costs and damage to a pipeline that supplies 13 percent of the jet fuel to the country's airline carriers are being blamed for price increases, according to airfare experts.


Posted September 08, 2005

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