Continental Airlines said mainline domestic advanced booked seat factor for the next six weeks is running 1-2 points higher than the year-ago period, with transatlantic bookings 6-7 points higher. It now expects third-quarter consolidated and mainline load factors to be up approximately 3 points year-over-year to 84%-85% and 85%-86% respectively, it said in an investor update. Full-year consolidated load factor is expected to be 80%-81%, with mainline loads reaching 81%-82%. Consolidated ...

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