think about this, in 2008 oil was $120 a barrel and now it's at $40. delta airlines this year will save $342 million in fuel. even more next year. >> what will they do with that savings is the question? >> they will not be passing it >> or to anybody. >> or to anybody. it gets into higher profits. one airline, american airlines, determined less than 5% of their passengers are making up for so many other things. meaning 13% of their regular passengers are contributing to over half their revenue. >> so they're starting no frills? >> so 87% of their passengers are only flying once a year. >> what does no frills mean on american and united? >> it means a ticket you're not going to be driving. these are the passengers only driven by rates. they're going to spirit and frontier. starting next year american is offering these no-frill fares. delta started doing it, united is expecting to do it. don't expect an upgrade, any perks, no refundability, zero. >> sit down and be quiet? >> and shut up, that's right.
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