Old Jul 19, 19, 5:52 pm
safari ari
Join Date: Jan 2017
Location: Denver
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Originally Posted by Often1 View Post
And this may explain why it may all come to an end.

AS is picking up the tab and not getting much in return. It's all about ROI.
Seems highly unlikely this is coming from AS. The first set of degradation was due to government/AA wanting to degrade benefits. This would further limit AS options beyond the West Coast corridor, (they are also not planning on expanding and with the loss of DL and AA totally -speculation as of now- within the last 5 years, this would further put them into a regional carrier status). If AS really wasn't happy with redemption rates they would just change them as all airlines are doing. Seems AA is looking for ways to shore up their operations, beyond actually fixing their operations first and foremost.
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