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    From June 3rd, there will be more 50-seat and 76-seat jets flying American Airlines routes...mainline service operated by one of these regional jets as American alters its schedules and maintains reduced capacity. Nevertheless, the resumption of services with more aircraft is a positive step forward and may lead to the resumption of some routes. Or else, a capacity increase between some cities.

    "Air traffic levels will not be back to 100% by September. They won't even be back to 25%. Maybe by the end of the year we approach 50%."
    ~Boeing (BA) CEO Dave Calhoun~

    TSA checkpoints numbers, currently down ~92% from last year at this time. This is an improvement from being down ~96% in mid-April. We're going to increase from here, it's just a question of how much and how fast.
    Longer term, recovery to 2019 traffic levels might take a decade or more.

    Doug Parker will be a fool if he doesn’t get something big done. He won’t waste a good crisis.

    “American is not immune to furloughs”
    ~Delta & United~
    Last edited by NoOtPilot; 05-15-2020 at 03:10 PM.

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