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Amid industry crisis, dreams of starting up

Despite fierce competition and high fuel costs, airline applicants see opportunity

By Keith Reed
Globe Staff / July 6, 2005

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John Wraga doesn't own a single plane, but from his office at Hanscom Field he is crafting a grand vision for the future of air travel: an all-first-class airline with a manicurist, exercise equipment, and ''everything you can think of onboard." (Full article: 903 words)

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