IATA's Bisignani Expects Airline Profits to Be 'Peanuts'
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IATA's Bisignani Expects Airline Profits to Be 'Peanuts'

March 2 (Bloomberg) -- International Air Transport Association Chief Executive Officer Giovanni Bisignani talks about expected airline profits. Airlines stand to earn almost 50 percent less this year than in 2010 as rising oil prices limit the benefits of a rebounding economy, the IATA predicted. He speaks from Geneva on Bloomberg Television's "The Pulse." (Bloomberg)

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