American Airlines narrowed its third-quarter (Q3) revenue guidance and said the absence of Boeing 737 MAXs from its operation shaved $140 million off its Q3 pretax income as well as resulting in 9,475 flight cancellations. The Fort Worth-based carrier is forecasting total revenue per available seat-mile to be up 1.5-2.5% year-over-year compared to Q3 2018, it reported in an Oct. 9 investor update. Previous guidance had the range at 1-3%. Non-fuel unit costs are predicted to be up 4-6%, ...

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