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American Airlines to boost US flights in July as economy reopens | Malay Mail

American Airlines to boost US flights in July as economy reopens | Malay Mail

4/6/2020 7:33:00 PM

American Airlines to boost US flights in July as economy reopens | Malay Mail

WASHINGTON, June 4 — American Airlines Group Inc said today it will boost its US flight schedule next month over dramatic reductions since the coronavirus pandemic, planning to fly more than 55 per cent of its July 2019 domestic capacity. The largest US airline will also boost its international...

Thursday, 04 Jun 2020 11:49 PM MYTAmerican Airlines Boeing 737 MAX jets sit parked at a facility in Tulsa, Oklahoma, US, May 10, 2019. The largest US airline will also boost its international flights schedule next month, flying nearly 20 per cent of its July 2019 schedule. — American Airlines/handout pic via Reuters

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WASHINGTON, June 4 — American Airlines Group Inc said today it will boost its US flight schedule next month over dramatic reductions since the coronavirus pandemic, planning to fly more than 55 per cent of its July 2019 domestic capacity.The largest US airline will also boost its international flights schedule next month, flying nearly 20 per cent of its July 2019 schedule.

By comparison, American flew just 20 per cent of its domestic schedule in May and is flying 25 per cent in June, said Vasu Raja, American Airlines’ senior vice president of network strategy.“As an airline, we’ve consciously bet on demand coming back. We have bet the economy,” Raja said, noting American has been operating a larger schedule than US rivals.

Raja told Reuters that the airline would fly just over 4,000 flights on peak days in July compared with nearly 2,000 on peak days in May. That is still down from the peak 6,800 daily flights before the crisis.Airlines are adding new cleaning procedures and requiring masks on board to reassure customers it is safe to travel.

In total, American plans to fly 40 per cent of July 2019 capacity.The airline is boosting flights from New York City airports, Los Angeles and Washington and adding flights from its Dallas Fort Worth and Charlotte hubs. It is also boosting flights to major cities in Florida, Gulf Coast cities and mountain destinations as national parks and outdoor recreational spaces reopen.

In late May, the airline carried a daily average of about 110,000 customers — an increase of 71 per cent over the 32,000 daily average the airline served in April, but still far below last year. Load factors rose to 55 per cent by late May.American plans to resume service to additional European and Latin American destinations in August. It will resume service to Rio de Janeiro, Brazil from Miami on July 7. — Reuters

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