DOT says airlines' load factors hit record high for April

07/15/2010 | CNNMoney

The Department of Transportation reported that U.S. airlines carried nearly 60 million passengers in April. The load factors, which measure how full carriers are, reached record highs of around 80%. A rise in fuel costs and lower demand caused airlines to reduce capacity.

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