Several US airline executives yesterday expressed cautious optimism that the revenue environment will improve in 2010, while US Airways President Scott Kirby was outright bullish about the coming year. Speaking at the Next Generation Equity Research Airlines Conference in New York, available via webcast, executives said demand has improved steadily since September and predicted the trend will continue into 2010. "I anticipate demand to remain strong," Delta Air Lines CFO Hank Halter said. ...

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