The latest attempt by airlines to raise fares has collapsed. United Airlines said Thursday that it rolled back an increase of $4 to $10 per round trip on many US routes. Delta, which had matched the increase that United started Tuesday, cut prices back earlier Thursday. A J.P. Morgan analyst said the increase unraveled because it gained only limited support from a few other carriers .
Delta Air Lines
| Associated Press October 13, 2012
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