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April 15, 2014

American trimming European summer service out of Charlotte

My colleague at the Charlotte Observer, Ely Portillo, reported Tuesday that American Airlines is going to trim its seasonal schedule to Europe from Charlotte that is starting in a few weeks.

American, which merged with US Airways in December, had planned to run daily flights to Barcelona, Lisbon, Brussels and Manchester through the summer from its Charlotte hub but has cut back Brussels and Lisbon service to four days a week, Portillo wrote in this article.

“As part of the ongoing process to ensure we are maximizing our fleet and profitability and matching customer demand, we have made some adjustments to our seasonal flights between Charlotte and Europe throughout this summer,” company spokesman Davien Anderson told Portillo.

The flights, which are operated by US Airways, will also end a month earlier than originally announced.

-Andrea Ahles


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