Continental Airlines Chairman and CEO Larry Kellner said yesterday that while the airline industry has seen slight economic improvement this year as fuel costs have lowered and credit markets have loosened, "we're still bouncing along the bottom." Speaking at the Airports Council International-North America Conference and Exhibition in Austin, Kellner stressed the importance of the relationship between airlines and airports, acknowledging that each makes operational decisions from its own ...

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