October 4th, 2010
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Airlines are merging and making money, but is what’s good for airlines ALSO good for passengers? That's the topic of Quest and Ali’s Q & A news quiz this week. Before you watch, make a bet on who wins: Quest or Ali? Take a watch and then tell us what you topic you’d like to see on next week’s quiz (right below here in our comments section).

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  1. AlShumesi

    Well...as a frequent traveler i would say that airline prices are slightly getting higher year after year. I would say that it is their right to raise the prices due to the demand of travel services and that they're actually not profiting as much as expected.

    Thank you, and that is just my opinion

    October 5, 2010 at 1:33 pm |
  2. Nabanga Jeddah KSA

    I am very impressed with Q&A bringing together most outstanding business analyst to discuss recent issues in the domain of airlines and their recent merging around the world...It is on two side but basically on that side of passengers....Like Richard made mentioned ,airlines by merging cut down cost and increased fares borne by passengers in return.Merging airlines executive should try and stabilize fares especially when their cost flying has for the betterment of their passengers.
    Please keep up this good initiate of Q&A and I will like you discuss the recent trend and status of the world's economies after the economic crisis.

    Nabanga Jeddah KSA

    October 5, 2010 at 7:39 pm |
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