United Continental is cutting domestic capacity but international capacity will still rise this year. Photo: United Airlines 747 in new livery. Courtesy, UCH. United Continental Holdings, citing rising fuel prices, announced Monday evening that full-year 2011 consolidated (mainline and regional) capacity for United Airlines and Continental Airlines will be flat compared to 2010, reduced from prior guidance of a 1%-2% rise. Reductions will take place in two stages. Effective with the ...

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