Northwest Airlines, citing high fuel costs, fare restructuring by other airlines and general overcapacity in the domestic marketplace, trimmed its domestic capacity forecast for 2005. In January it forecast a 2%-3% increase in domestic capacity versus 2004. However, in February it said it was studying a reduction in 2005 domestic capacity and now it believes its domestic capacity will be flat year-over-year.

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