American Airlines continues to lose money despite making more revenue from higher fares and money from extra fees. A new strategy aimed at putting more high-dollar business travellers on international flights and trips between a few major US cities could work but the airline will be impacted with rising fuel costs and the ongoing dispute with travel agencies in the US. Parent company AMR announced a loss of $97 million in the fourth quarter, or 29 cents per share. Revenue grew by 10.3%, to $5.59 billion, both better results than expected. Load factors also improved, with 81.9% of seat filled

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