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Flights Are Taking off Again, But Many Airlines' Stocks Are Nose Diving

Packed planes, sky-high fares and fewer Covid-19 related regulations were supposed to be a boon for the airline industry world-wide. But as the summer travel season gets into full swing, shares of many major U.S. airlines have been dropping. WSJ’s Joe Wallace explains what’s weighing on airlines’ stocks. Photo: Frank Augstein/Associated Press