American Airlines’ predictions for a strong Q4 of FY2022 came true, as it produced a good final three months with an $803 million net profit for the December quarter. But the full-year profit of $127 million has been affected by the difficult start and high...
American Airlines joins the other US Big Two by reporting record-high revenues in Q3, outpacing 2019 levels by thirteen percent despite a 9.6 percent lower capacity. It is even the highest quarterly revenue in the history of the airline. American Airlines bullish...
American Airlines is not as outspoken on its full-year guidance as United Airlines but is nevertheless positive that in the short-term, it will return to profitability during the second quarter, it said on April 21. The first quarter produced a $1.6 billion net loss,...
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...
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