American Airlines' booked load factors over the next four months are running 2.5 points behind last year's pace, Executive VP-Finance and Planning and CFO Tom Horton said yesterday at the JP Morgan Aviation and Transportation Conference in New York. International loads are down 4.5 points and domestic have fallen 2 points. "We're seeing some improvement from what we were looking at in January, but some is being driven by yields coming down from their highs in the fourth quarter," he said. ...

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