Stating the obvious: Higher fuel costs reduce flying

GAfuels readers won’t be surprised by the conclusions of a new study from MIT graduate student Kamala I. Shetty: Higher fuel prices lead to less flying. The study, “CURRENT AND HISTORICAL TRENDS IN GENERAL AVIATION IN THE UNITED STATES,” included a survey of pilots on their past and future flying habits and what affects this. Continue Reading »

===> Posted on August 29th, 2012 by Kent Misegades. 1 comment. © GAN 2012.

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