American Airlines Group has warned that it expects its European routes to suffer from overcapacity, economic weakness and terrorism fears in the coming months. However, president Scott Kirby is confident that the UK’s vote to leave the European Union will not impact business confidence to such an extend that it will lead to tightening of corporate travel budgets in the short term. Until the UK actually exits, he said, “there will be a lot more lawyers and bankers flying back and forth, figuring out what to do.” His comments came as the airline, the nation’s largest airline by traffic, met

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