1 of 3 Full Screen Autoplay Close Skip Ad × American Airlines, which has been in the spotlight in recent months, faces pressure to slash costs and cut costs to stay afloat amid a deep recession View Photos American Airlines has been facing pressure to cut costs and reduce costs to keep afloat amid the deep recession.
The airline said on Thursday that it would cut its overall flight volume by 30% and reduce the number of flights it operates by 10% to more than 800 in the coming year.
American Airlines is one of several airlines that are being forced to cut back as millions of workers struggle with a sluggish economy.
Caption American Airlines faces pressure from some investors to slash its overall revenue by 30%, which could lead to a more difficult time in the near future as the country struggles to recover from the recession.
In addition, the airline is cutting its capacity for business class and business class economy to 2,000 and 1,800 seats, respectively.
The company said it is also looking to cut its total number of charter flights, which would mean fewer business class flights for its business class customers, and will cut back on business class on a case-by-case basis.
“Our business class customer base is not going to be impacted by any of these changes,” American Airlines CEO Oscar Munoz told reporters at a company-wide news conference.
“They are not impacting our capacity for charter flights and that’s going to continue to be the case for the foreseeable future.”
The company has also faced criticism over its decision to close about 20 percent of its planes and stop leasing some planes to other airlines.
American has faced criticism that it is not making enough changes to keep its planes flying, and some analysts have said the airline may have to reduce its number of planes and take on more employees.
On Thursday, the company said the flight reductions would come in addition to the recent restructuring plans that it announced earlier this month.
Munoz said American’s overall flight volumes were up by 15% from last year.
He said the company’s total fleet of 737 MAX planes is up 35%.
But American Airlines also announced that it will be reducing the number and number of its flights from 787 MAX to 737 MAX and from MAX to MAX.
The 737 MAX is a smaller 737 with more seats.
It will be replaced by a 787.
The planes will also be upgraded to carry more passengers.
American plans to take its MAX business class capacity to 1,400 seats in 2019.
Munos said the 737 MAX will be the airline’s largest aircraft.
But he said American will still continue to fly smaller planes, which means it will continue to need more flights for business.
American said the planes will be upgraded from 757 to 737 to include more legroom and larger seats.
“We’re looking at options that will help us deliver better value for our customers,” Munoz added.
The plane has also been plagued by frequent flier delays.
On Friday, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) warned American that a lack of crew training and training on how to handle the 737 was creating a safety hazard.
The FAA said in a report that the pilot who was killed in a Feb. 24 incident at LAX had been training for about a year to handle 737s, which can be as small as 7 feet long.
The report also said that the FAA did not have enough training for pilots to handle other 737s.
The Federal Aviation Commission (FAC) said in the report that American’s pilots were not training to handle larger planes and that the pilots were trained to handle smaller planes.
Muniz said the FAA had to be more aggressive about training pilots.
“You have to make sure that the training is on point,” he said.
“This is an aviation system that has been a long time in development.
It’s the aviation system of the United States of America.”