Rising demand, fewer seats and steadily increasing fares have made the beleaguered airline industry attractive once again to investors, including mutual fund giant Fidelity, Bloomberg reports.

Since the end of 2005, Fidelity has increased its holing in the AMR holding corporation, the parent of American Airlines, from 13 million shares to about 24.1 million, now representing 13% of the company.

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