Both Delta Air Lines and Continental Airlines said year-over-year unit revenue declines are down to around 8%, providing some statistical indication that the US industry has weathered the worst of the demand storm. Delta expects to report an 8% year-over-year decrease in fourth-quarter unit revenue, CFO Hank Halter said yesterday during a Morgan Stanley investor conference available via webcast. Passenger RASM was down 18.1% in the third quarter. "By October, we were down in the 11%-12% ...

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