United Airlines and US Airways joined Continental Airlines in announcing reduced schedules to Mexico owing to the swine flu's impact on travel demand (ATWOnline, May 4). From today, UA will cut its weekly roundtrip flights to Mexico in May to 24 from 51 and in June to 52 from 90. US will cut 38% of its scheduled capacity to Mexico between May 10 and July 1 through the use of smaller aircraft and reduced frequencies. No destinations will be cut by either airline.

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