American Airways reduces flight to London.

American Airlines Group Inc announced that it will reduce its flights from major US airports to London next month due to low demand, dampening hopes that the holiday season will ease the recovery of travel.

The airline will temporarily discount flights from New York, Chicago, North Carolina to London in December. However, passengers can still travel to London from Orlando and New York through its partner British Airways.

“We are constantly evaluating our network to adjust supply and demand and have been making regular schedule adjustments since March,” a spokesman said in a statement emailed on Sunday. “In order to meet the low demand due to the coronavirus, we are continuing to work with a reduced schedule.”

American Airlines’ daily passenger service to London is expected to resume from New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport and Chicago O’Hare International Airport. The flight schedule will be offered three times a week from Charlotte starting January 6th.

In addition, President Donald J Trump gave his opinion on Pfizer Inc.’s Covid-19 vaccination optimization and will soon receive emergency approval that will boost the airlines’ stocks in post-market trading.

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