Due to the low demand in the travel industry as a whole due to COVID-19, including air carriers, American Airlines will cut capacity in summer 2020. This includes suspending 70% of domestic and 80% of international capacity for June versus the same period last year. The airline will also delay the start of some international service that was previously anticipated to begin this month and in June, and instead will begin in June and July respectively.
American also made additional reductions in service to New York’s airports (LGA, JFK and EWR), which will be extended through June 4. From May 6 through June 4, American will operate up to 15 daily flights from New York. Due to government restrictions in the Caribbean and Latin America, American will suspend 85% of its flying from Miami (MIA) through June 4.
See below for details about updated service, including frequency adjustments not previously announced.
Updated Europe schedules
|JFK||London (LHR)||Service resumes June 7, 2x per week|
|LAX||LHR||Service resumes July 7|
|ORD||Athens (ATH)||Service resumes June 5, 5x per week|
|ORD||Dublin (DUB)||Service resumes June 5, 5x per week|
|ORD||LHR||Service resumes June 4, 5x per week|
|PHL||LHR||Service resumes July 7|
|RDU||LHR||Service resumes July 7|
Updated Latin America schedules
|JFK||Buenos Aires (EZE)||Service resumes July 7|
|JFK||São Paulo (GRU)||Service resumes July 7|
|MIA||EZE||Service resumes June 4|
|MIA||Rio de Janeiro (GIG)||Service resumes July 7|
|MIA||GRU||Service resumes June 4|
|MIA||Santiago (SCL)||Service resumes June 4|
For complete details, visit aa.com.