American, Rivals Pass Fuel Savings To Investors

American Airlines' (AAL) second-quarter earnings topped estimates and capacity grew, as the carrier extended an industry practice of passing on fuel savings to shareholders vs. passengers. The airline, which merged with US Airways in 2013, said Q2 earnings jumped 32.2% vs. a year ago to $2.62 per share. Analysts polled by Thomson Reuters were expecting $2.60. Revenue fell 4.6% to $10.83 billion, under views for $10.86 billion. Operating expenses

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