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Alas, confirmed optimist that I am, I saw the slide below $2 as a buying opportunity and bought some. I may still buy more. My view is that high oil prices are a factor for all airlines, not just for FRNT. Besides, there is always some inelastic demand for air travel, and oil will come back down eventually. It always does. The question is whether FRNT can last long enough to be around when it does.
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