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    Why Doug Parker doesn’t want to take the money?


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    if he does take the money(grants & loans)he would have to give up his plan. This is not over yet...he is just warming up!

    Delta CEO already said they will be smaller and/or "different" when they come out of this storm.

    Get ready boys!!!!! IS SHOWTIME!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jersdawg View Post
    You are such a ghoul.
    Just like Southwest, Delta & American CEO’s

    “Southwest say the airline may be preparing to reject any federal stimulus because of the strings attached to it.”

    ”Southwest Airlines could reject bailout and trim workforce.”

    Still waiting on Parker’s announcement.

    It will be a slow recovery! Just Facts.
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    I guess then financially they are better than they tell people. If they are willing to pass up money so they can furlough anytime they wish, things must be better than they say.
    All airlines will be coming back smaller than they went in with covid19. That is a given, they want to furlough, they want to retire aircraft. Business as usual.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ardvark View Post
    I guess then financially they are better than they tell people. If they are willing to pass up money so they can furlough anytime they wish, things must be better than they say.
    All airlines will be coming back smaller than they went in with covid19. That is a given, they want to furlough, they want to retire aircraft. Business as usual.
    “The airline has been keeping a whole bunch of cash on hand.”
    “If things were to get ugly, then American can dip into its cash and still have plenty of reserves.”

    ~Doug Parker~
    October 2018

    Like you said, At least American “will be coming back smaller than they went in with covid19.”
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