Continental Airlines posted second-quarter net income of $228 million, up 15.2% over a profit of $198 million in the year-ago quarter, on a 5.8% lift in revenue to $3.71 billion. Chairman and CEO Larry Kellner said the result was achieved despite a "tough domestic revenue environment" that has led the carrier to scale back its planned 2008 mainline capacity growth from 5%-7% to 3%-4%. "We expect the domestic environment. . .to continue to exhibit low yields," he said, pointing to the 25 ...

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