Biggest U.S. Airlines Are Profitable—And Reluctant To Add Capacity

Credit: Erik Simonsen
U.S. airlines may be flying high, but they are not about to get carried away. The nine largest publicly traded U.S. carriers made money in the quarter ended Sept. 30, with several reporting record or near-record earnings thanks to full cabins and lower fuel prices. But the industry is still largely...

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