American Airlines has revised its third-quarter revenue guidance downward 1.5 percentage points in the wake of Hurricane Irma. American said Sept. 12 that at the end of August, it has estimated its third-quarter unit revenue was in line with prior guidance of up 0.5% to 2.5%. “However, Hurricane Irma caused closures at 40 airports in Florida and the Caribbean, including the company’s hub at Miami International Airport, and resulted in more than 5,000 flight ...

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