The U.S. Braces for More Airline Competition. Finally.

When David Neeleman was pushed out of JetBlue Airways, he went to Brazil to start a new airline there called Azul. Now, he may want back into the U.S. market.

Skift Take: U.S. airline consumers hate to admit it — they love bashing airlines, after all — but the competitive environment is strong right now, and considering rising fuel prices, fares are decent. But if there’s a new entrant into the marketplace, like David Neeleman’s proposed new carrier, things could get even better for customers.

— Brian Sumers

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