Desde fines de marzo American Airlines dejará de tener dos vuelos diarios con Miami, según lo que informó en Miami Herald.
Igual quedará por ahora con 10 por semana, es decir que si en tres días estará el doble vuelo.
Esto sería por la demora en recibir algunos aviones, pero obviamente tiene que ver con una baja de demanda porque podrían haber sacado de otros destinos. En la nota indican que también eliminan el vuelo entre Miami y París. En la nota también se anotan otros destinos que se suspenden o disminuyen las frecuencias.
Esta es la nota en Miami Herald.
American Airlines said Thursday it would be scaling back international long-haul flights starting in the spring of 2022, including canceling the route from Miami International Airport to Paris and reducing flights to Buenos Aires. American, the biggest airline serving Miami airport, cited delays receiving new airplanes ordered from Boeing as the reason for service reductions from Miami and the entire United States. “Boeing continues to be unable to deliver the 787s we have on order, including as many as 13 aircraft that were slated to be in our fleet by this winter,” Vasu Raja, American’s chief revenue officer, said in a statement. “Without these wide bodies, we simply won’t be able to fly as much internationally as we had planned next summer, or as we did in summer 2019. “Boeing has advised us that they will compensate American for their inability to deliver the aircraft,” Raja said, noting that every wide-body aircraft in its fleet will be used on long-haul routes. Starting March 27, 2022, American Airlines will suspend service until further notice from Miami airport to Paris Charles de Gaulle Airport. On the same date, the flight schedule to Buenos Aires Ezeiza International Airport in Argentina will be cut from two daily flights to one and a second flight there will operate three times per week. $2 for 2 months Subscribe for unlimited access to our website, app, eEdition and more CLAIM OFFER News of the flight reductions comes a week after American Airlines announced it’d be operating a record 378 daily flights out of Miami this winter. Also because of Boeing’s inability to deliver new planes, American said it would no longer fly from the United States to and from Edinburgh, Scotland; Shannon, Ireland; or Hong Kong and that it planned to reduce its spring and summer routes to Dubrovnik, Croatia, and Prague, Czech Republic. Additionally, service from the U.S. will be reduced in the Asia-Pacific region to cities such as Shanghai, Beijing and Sydney.
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Igualmente fuentes confiables indican que habría mayor reducción en otros destinos de la empresa con la Argentina. Se espera información en los próximos días.