A strong summer-season demand environment has US majors holding steady on capacity plans even as fuel continues to rise, with likely—and some say needed—reductions expected to come in time for the winter season. “I think you won’t see a lot of change in the summer schedule as we move forward, but everybody’s looking at the fall schedule,” Dallas/Fort Worth-based American Airlines CFO Derek Kerr said at the Bank of America Merrill Lynch Transportation ...

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