Some airlines scale back capacity increases for 2008

Several large airlines say higher fuel prices and the slowing economy have prompted them to reduce domestic capacity growth in 2008. Delta Air Lines, Continental Airlines and Southwest Airlines are among the carriers that say they will add fewer seats next year. Carriers note that concerns about the economy have not affected demand for business travel yet.

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