Brad Tuttle

Time magazine

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Reporter covering personal finance and travel for Time and a contributing editor for Budget Travel

Brad Tuttle on KCRW

On this first day of the busiest week for air travel in the United States, the airline industry has reached a new low in popularity with flying customers.  Using the Public Insight…

Is American Air Travel on the Descent?

On this first day of the busiest week for air travel in the United States, the airline industry has reached a new low in popularity with flying customers.  Using the Public Insight…

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It's been a pretty good year for the airline industry, despite those loose seat rows on American Airlines' planes.

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