American Airlines has further adjusted its international long-haul schedules. From 2021, the carrier is dropping flights to four destinations, representing the next round of American’s work on resetting its route network and preparing to come out of the crisis stronger and with a much more efficient route network.
American Airlines will cut four services in 2021
Twitter user JonNYC shared an internal memo from Jim Moses, Vice President of American’s Philadelphia Hub and New York and Boston operations.
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— JonNYC (@xJonNYC) December 19, 2020
The airline is cutting four cities from its route network:
- Reykjavik (KEF)
- Manchester (MAN)
- Prague (PRG)
- Venice (VCE)
The cuts to Reykjavik, Manchester, and Prague are indefinite for…
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