High fuel prices prompt airlines to reduce capacity

09/28/2011 | Salt Lake Tribune (Utah), The

Airlines have been cutting capacity and expect to keep it down in an effort to cope with persistently high fuel costs. Delta plans to extend its fourth-quarter capacity cuts into early next year. The airline plans to rein in capacity by as much as 3% for all of next year. Southwest, Frontier and other airlines are also cutting capacity.

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