Plans, Weather Keeping Large U.S. Carrier Capacity In Check

Guided by a mix of capacity-conservative plans and flight-grounding winter storms, U.S. full-service airlines—along with behemoth Southwest Airlines—saw capacity grow by just half a percentage point in 2014’s first two months, while the rest of the so-called value carriers added 7% to their networks...

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