American Airlines CEO Doug Parker and United’s Scott Kirby are happy that aircraft manufacturers and providers of onboard systems are now finally talking directly with 5G companies in the US about solving the safety concerns. But it makes him sad that there had...
UPDATE – American Airlines has swung back into a net loss in the final quarter of 2021. After its best quarter ever in Q3 with a $169 million net profit, Q4 ended in red with a $931 million net loss. The carrier blames the result on ‘volatility’: periods with...
To bring you more aviation news, Airinsight introduces News in Brief. During December, we compile a rolling story by date with news that is sometimes too small for a deep analysis but still interesting enough not to be missed. 22 – American Airlines has adopted...
American Airlines improved its quarter-by-quarter results by posting a $169 million net profit for Q3, up from $19 million in the second quarter. However, excluding special items, the net loss was $641 million, it reported on October 21. American’s ‘best...
American Airlines has recorded a $-2.067 billion net loss or a $-2.659 billion pre-tax loss in Q2, it announced on July 23. The HY1-loss mounted to $-4.308 billion net and $-5.549 billion pre-tax. While its competitor United used to describe Q2 on Tuesday as the “most...
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