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    This wont help AAs revenue generation for 1Q19. Hopefully, a fix will come sooner rather then later. Southwest worse of then AA though. A perfect example of unforeseen issues that crop up in this cyclical industry. It isnt the first and wont be the last. This likely wont be a big deal say, compared to a 2020 recession.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Beagleboy View Post
    This won’t help AA’s revenue generation for 1Q19. Hopefully, a fix will come sooner rather then later. Southwest worse of then AA though. A perfect example of unforeseen issues that crop up in this cyclical industry. It isn’t the first and won’t be the last. This likely won’t be a big deal say, compared to a 2020 recession.
    You got it wrong, its 2021, not 2020. Isnt that when something big is supposed to happen?

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    Quote Originally Posted by snippercr View Post
    You got it wrong, its 2021, not 2020. Isnt that when something big is supposed to happen?

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    I’m referring to economists strongest expectations for a recession, not internal AAG aspects making 2021 a significant option for flexibility in reacting to a number of issues. The former could be a catalyst for the latter though. What’s in my “good luck “ ?

    You lost me on that.

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    My sequence for 17-20 March was already altered because of (8?) B-737-800 (AA aircraft code 45) Oasis aircraft having been internally grounded by AA due to substandard vendor overhead bin installation. My HI5 still has one AA flight with a B-737 MAX 8 (AA aircraft code 25).

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