Asia has it. Europe has it. Even Southern Africa has it. It's called aviation competition. And it's coming to everywhere in the US, internationally for now which has sent A4A into hibernation. Now the media can see through the sacred smokescreen that fares are low when adjusted for nflation. In Africa, Europe and Asia people fly a thousand miles or more for $40. Fly AA from Philadelphia to London for $1200-1500 this winter or drive 90 miles to NYC and pay $300 on a discounter.. We'll see who is going to shell out five times the price-with the evisceration of AAdvantage, it's going to be ugly. But the CEO must be doing something right-he earned $70 million the last few years.