Slowing economy might force airlines to cut capacity

08/15/2011 | Bloomberg

The slowdown in the economy is hurting airlines' ability to increase fares as they try to cope with persistently high fuel costs. The situation might force carriers to reduce their capacity. Some airlines, including Southwest Airlines and Delta Air Lines, have already started cutting back.

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