American Cutting Flights, Airports

American Airlines cuts 43 flights at Lambert

American Airlines and its regional affiliate, American Eagle, announced Wednesday reduced flights at most of its principal operating hubs, including cutting 8 American Eagle departure flights and 35 American Connection departing flights out of Lambert-St. Louis International Airport.

The Fort Worth, Texas-based airline plans to reduce its departures in Chicago by 28 flights with American Eagle reducing 34 departures; reduce 19 American departures at Dallas/Fort Worth along with 23 American Eagle flight reductions; and eliminate five American flights and 37 American Eagle jet departures at LaGuardia Airport in New York.

American will close its operations entirely at three of its airports, including Oakland, Calif., London Stansted and Barranquilla, Colombia. American Eagle will close five of its airports in Albany, N.Y.; Providence, R.I.; Harrisburg, Pa.; Samana, Dominican Republic and San Luis Obispo, Calif. American Eagle will also close its maintenance base in San Luis Obispo.
Bringing the pain:

"Fliers in for pain"..was the title of a recent article posted here, speaking of the drastic changes that the airline industry is to undergo, and now they are in fact 'bringing it'. We are being told up front that this will occur, but few are paying attention as the 'deconstruction' of the industry takes place. A couple of routes here, eliminating a few airports there... and before 'you know it'....flying will become a privilege. see: permission to travel

Yes, this is really happening", and it is definitely part of the overall scheme of things. Airline travel, i.e freedom of movement, for the 'average Joe' will not be 'sustainable' in the new order of the globally managed societies. In other words, the homeland-citizens ability to come and go as they please in the 666 micromanaged future must be phased out. Absolute control cannot be maintained otherwise.

The phasing out has only just begun. It is hoped that people would take note, and be alerted to the reality of the 'bigger picture'....because sooner than we think these and many other changes will impact every aspect of life as we know it. see:
fliers in for pain

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