While American Airlines’ huge aircraft order grabbed most of the attention, the carrier also spent part of the afternoon July 20 trying to explain to stock analysts why its quarterly financial and unit revenue results continue to lag behind its peers—and why in some respects the gap may have grown. American also tried to show it is taking immediate steps to address the problem with capacity adjustments and additional cost savings. The other major U.S. network airlines have not yet ...
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