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The four biggest U.S. airlines after the American-US Airways merger is complete:

1. American (Fort Worth, Texas; ticker symbol AAL) — $38.69 billion in 2012 revenue; 147.1 billion miles flown by mainline passengers in first nine months of 2013.

2. United (Chicago; UAL) — $37.15 billion in 2012 revenue; 136 billion miles in first nine months of 2013.

3. Delta (Atlanta; DAL) — $36.67 billion in 2012 revenue; 132.1 billion miles in first nine months of 2013.

4. Southwest (Dallas; LUV) — $17.09 billion in 2012 revenue; 78.7 billion miles in first nine months of 2013.

Passenger miles exclude flights on regional affiliates.

Source: Company filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission



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