Legacy airlines look abroad for growth opportunities

As bargain airlines have scooped up more domestic passengers, larger U.S. carriers have increasingly turned to the international market to boost profits. "The past five years, the domestic market has been a very tough market for a lot of reasons. Therefore, with all the losses domestically, many airlines, including American, have shifted capacity internationally," says American Airlines chairman Gerard Arpey.

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