AA cancels more than 1,000 flights

Publish November 1, 2021
aviation

American Airlines has canceled more than 1,000 flights since Friday, due to bad weather and staffing shortages.
The airline had also delayed about 1,000 flights, according to several reports.
Beginning on Friday, the airline reportedly cancelled 342 flights. On Saturday, it grounded another 516 flights. It also cancelled another 425 flights for Sunday.
According to the reports, American’s COO David Seymour said that the problems started with high wind gusts on Thursday that cut capacity at its Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport hub and that crew members ended up out of position for their next flights.
By contrast, Southwest Airlines reportedly cancelled 87 of its flights on Saturday, 2 percent of operations.

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