Easterwood Manager Supports American AirlinesFeatured Stories, News Tuesday, May 8th, 2012
Officials at American Airlines have revealed plans to employees how annual revenue can increase by $1 billion dollars over the next five years.
Part of the puzzle is increasing its use of regional jets, something that American Eagle offers locally.
The manager at Easterwood Airport, John Happ, applauds American’s increased service while going through bankruptcy.
Click HERE to read John Happ’s editorial supporting American Airlines, which flies in and out of Easterwood Airport.
From The Associated Press:
NEW YORK (AP) _ American Airlines plans to focus more on international flying and make better use of smaller jets in the U.S. as part of an effort to boost annual revenue by $1 billion over the next 5 years.
Fort Worth, Texas-based American thinks it can achieve the revenue goal by increasing its use of regional jets and making adjustments to better fit its aircraft to demand. The airline also aims to make deals with other airlines that will allow it to gain customers without adding costs.
American also believes it can increase the sale of onboard extras onboard like Wi-Fi and roomier seats.
AMR Corp., American’s parent, revealed the plan in a memo to employees Monday. AMR has been operating under bankruptcy protection since Nov. 29.
Short URL: http://wtaw.com/?p=42122