US airlines presenting at yesterday's JP Morgan Aviation, Transportation & Defense Conference in New York (presentations available via webcast) agreed that they see signs of a nascent industry recovery but that they will maintain cost and capacity discipline for now. "We're clearly seeing signs of economic recovery and premium and corporate travelers returning," UAL Corp. CFO Kathryn Mikells said, adding, "The return of higher quality traffic, combined with the significant reductions in ...

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