The Wall Street Journal published an article May 8, 2019 titled "Flying Coast-to-Coast Nonstop Has Rarely Been Cheaper." Part of the article is quoted below.
Flying coast-to-coast nonstop has rarely been cheaper. Airlines are embroiled in a fare war, with the number of seats on transcontinental routes at an all-time high.
The rest of the article is basically examples of low fare rates and doesn't support the quoted claim.
Have non-stop transcontinental (US) flights "rarely been cheaper"?
Are the number of seats on transcontinental (US) routes "at an all-time high"?
Note: The title is neither of the questions I asked. It was chosen for convenience. Feel free to edit.