Delta Air Lines flew 13.81 billion system RPMs in January, a 5% decline from the year-ago month. Capacity was cut 5.6% to 18.01 billion ASMs and load factor rose 0.5 point to 76.6%. Alaska Airlines flew 1.47 billion RPMs in January, up 9.5% year-over-year, against a 1% lift in capacity to 1.9 billion ASMs. Load factor rose 6 points to 77.7%. Hawaiian Airlines flew 661.6 million RPMs in January, up 2.2% year-over-year, while capacity was cut 2.7% to 804.9 million ASMs. Load factor rose 3.9 ...

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