Big U.S. carriers are unanimous in cutting capacity to Japan

04/1/2011 | Bloomberg · Plain Dealer (Cleveland), The

Citing a "measurable decline" in demand, United Continental Holdings will trim 10% of capacity on routes between the U.S. and Japan this month, followed by 14% in May. A spokeswoman said the company will reduce midweek flights from Newark, N.J.; Los Angeles; Dulles airport in Washington, D.C.; and Seattle. Delta Air Lines and American Airlines earlier announced similar moves.

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