Ok... Im assuming that since summer is upon us here in the U.S., the flight loads on nearly every flight and/or airline is full...give or take. I would imagine given to the state that the U.S. carriers are in financial distress, maybe this summer will help U.S. carriers generate some sort of profit or break even. Last summer saw full flights hit records for many airlines. On average, airlines filled more than 80% of seats. Hopefully this will help UA, US and DL survive into 2005 if they do earn a profit this summer. But with fuel prices soaring and involuntary denied boardings on full flights this summer is a totally different story.