American Airlines Group Inc. AA, -6.10 % exceeded expectations and provided a more optimistic profit outlook for the coming year. However, its shares moved about 2% lower Thursday morning after the company announced its latest results. The company’s second-quarter earnings were $1.3 billion or $1.88 per share. This is up from $476 millions or 68c a piece in the previous quarter. American Airlines’ adjusted earnings per share were $1.92, while the FactSet consensus estimate was $1.59. The revenue jumped from $13.4 billion to $14.1 billion, easily exceeding the consensus estimate of $13.7 billion. American Airlines expects to earn $3.00 to $3.75 per share for the full year adjusted, compared to its previous forecast of $2.50 to $3.50. Robert Isom, Chief Executive of American Airlines, said in a press release that “our operation is performing at historic levels.” He added that the company will “build on this positive momentum for the remainder of the year” and continue to focus on reliability, profitability and accountability, as well as strengthening its balance sheet.