September 21, 2009
American Airlines next year will bulk up service at its hubs in Chicago, Dallas, Miami and New York, as it reallocates capacity from underperforming markets, including the discontinuation of 20 destinations from St Louis and nine departures from Raleigh/Durham, N.C.
Executives for the airline during a conference call with analysts and reporters said they are targeting mainline capacity to be up 1 per cent next year compared with 2009, with domestic available seat mile holding flat and international growing by 2.5 per cent.
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