BRIEF-AMR CEO confident Tuesday's outage won't recur
ATLANTA, April 18
ATLANTA, April 18 (Reuters) - AMR Corp CEO Thomas Horton said American Airlines "has high degree of confidence" that Tuesday's
network outage that led it to cancel hundreds of flights won't recur.
Horton said American understands cause of outage, has ruled out
external threats and continues to investigate the issue. * CEO horton says decline in fuel prices is positive for American and the
airline industry * CEO horton says hard to say how much effect sequester could have on carrier's
business * CEO horton says some softness in demand seen for April but may and June look
slightly better than year ago
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