American Airlines, hampered by higher fuel prices, is setting up to have a “slightly off” year, but still expects to generate a profit that falls within its notional target range, CEO Doug Parker told attendees at this week's J.P. Morgan Global Aviation and Transportation Conference. Offering what amounts to detailed mid-quarter guidance out of the airline’s C-suite these days, Parker said the recent jump in fuel prices will keep the airline from hitting its ...

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