Swine flu fears continue to affect the industry, with Continental Airlines cutting capacity on service to Mexico by 50% starting today, France calling for the EU to restrict flights to Mexico, United Airlines acknowledging a worker contracted the disease and Southwest Airlines admitting that bookings last week were "erratic" owing to fears that the flu could be spread in aircraft cabins (ATWOnline, May 1). "Our Mexico routes in particular have extra weakness," CO Chairman and CEO Larry ...

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