Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, American Airlines may be on the brink of drastic service reductions

A company worth a tonne of monies; albeit mountains of debt, and declining customer bases apparently is prepared to cut its service on a wide scale. According to reports —– American Airlines may be facing a deficit come October after their federal aid package expires. As a response to that potential economic crisis, American reportedly plans to cut service to 30 small and medium size cities in the U.S.

The result could spell trouble for holiday travelers ahead of the season (if COVID doesn’t take Christmas too.)

As a result of that, AA is extending its apparent package allowing people to voluntarily quit/ take a leave of absence until the 17th of August. It remains unclear which cities will be hit the hardest.

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