Atlas Air, One Question

William J Flynn, president and chief executive of Atlas Air, answers:
"Looking to full-year 2013, we expect to generate significant earnings and cash flow led by our ACMI business, improving commercial charter contribution, and productivity improvements and operating efficiencies generated through our continuous improvement initiatives. We expect market growth during 2013 to be seasonal and second-half weighted. We anticipate a strong peak season in 2013, driven by demand for new consumer electronics, especially in the gaming sector."

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