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American to cut regional routes, ramp up cargo flying this fall
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American to cut regional routes, ramp up cargo flying this fall

American Airlines, facing dual new realities brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic, signaled that it will be forced to drop passenger service to a host of regional airports this fall even as it continues to expand its revitalized cargo business.

American and other US carriers are facing a financial cliff on Oct. 1, when payroll support from the US government’s CARES Act winds down. US airlines have warned that more than 75,000 employees could be furloughed on Oct. 1, with workers at American and United Airlines accounting for roughly 80% of the total.

The route cuts American announced will take effect Oct. 7 and the airline said it will “re-assess plans for these and other markets as an extension of the Payroll Support Program remains under deliberation.”

The list of suspended cities includes: Del Rio, Texas (DRT); Dubuque, Iowa (DBQ); Florence, South Carolina (FLO); Greenville, North Carolina (PGV); Huntington, West Virginia (HTS); Joplin, Missouri (JLN); Kalamazoo/Battle Creek, Michigan (AZO) Lake Charles, Louisiana (LCH); New Haven, Connecticut (HVN); New Windsor, New York (SWF); Roswell, New Mexico (ROW); Sioux City, Iowa (SUX); Springfield, Illinois (SPI); Stillwater, Oklahoma (SWO); and Williamsport, Pennsylvania (IPT)…

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