The hotel company's shares drop more than 3% after its earnings report.
The airline will begin service Jan. 3 with a total of 13 daily flights.
Third-quarter revenue surges, and the discount carrier narrows its loss.
Investors have been so used to the good times, they might not easily let go of high hopes.
Also, the company plans to sell up to $4 billion of properties.
Guidance for 2006 is below the consensus estimate.
Earnings fall short of estimates, and the casino owner's forecast fails to inspire.
AMR and Continental will benefit in 2006, with capacity coming down as fuel costs rise, says J.P. Morgan.
CEO Henry Silverman cites the need to clarify the company's advantages to investors.
If fourth-quarter fuel costs remain a problem, the industry's progress will again be hidden.