SAN FRANCISCO - West Coast airports are reconsidering ambitious capital spending and bonding plans in the face of soaring jet fuel prices, falling demand, and huge airline industry losses.

Oakland International Airport has canceled plans to build a third terminal and is in cost-cutting mode after 10 straight years of growth. McCarran International Airport in Las Vegas has slashed its five-year capital plan by a fifth. And Los AngelesInternational Airport is watching to see if it needs to cut projects from the later years of its new rebuilding plan.

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