AMR Corp., parent of American Airlines, yesterday said AA's mainline and consolidated unit revenue both are expected to increase in the first quarter, while unit costs for the period are projected to be on a par with prior forecasts. In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission, the company said its mainline unit revenue is expected to increase 3.5%-4.5% year-over-year and consolidated first-quarter unit revenue is projected to rise 2.9%-3.9%. It also said mainline and ...

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