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    AA is differentiating itself by using bigger planes with smaller seat room. What is AAG's answer to Delta and UAL's latest moves ?

    Well....right now aside from silence, it doesn't have the fleet, the staffing, the finances or the infrastructure to provide any real answer. Again, all it can do is what it is doing now, that being jamming more seats in mainline aircraft, further dis-incentivizing and alienating its workforce, buy a few more RJ's (with what little money it has considering debt) and hold their breath. First Delta with this move and then UAL with the CRJ-550 move, each is moving toward passenger interests while AA is apparently moving away from them. What to do.....What to do ?

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    AA is differentiating itself by using bigger planes with smaller seat room. What is AAG's answer to Delta and UAL's latest moves ?

    Well....right now aside from silence, it doesn't have the fleet, the staffing, the finances or the infrastructure to provide any real answer. Again, all it can do is what it is doing now, that being jamming more seats in mainline aircraft, further dis-incentivizing and alienating its workforce, buy a few more RJ's (with what little money it has considering debt) and hold their breath. First Delta with this move and then UAL with the CRJ-550 move, each is moving toward passenger interests while AA is apparently moving away from them. What to do.....What to do ?
    Maybe is time to close some crew bases. The shrinking will continue.
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