American airlines reduces flights to Argentina, Brazil and Chile

Early last year, with the outbreak of the pandemic, American accelerated the retirement of its older aircraft, confident of a steady pace of 787 deliveries to replace them. This did not happen.

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - American Airlines announced a few days ago that it would reduce its operations on several routes as of March 2022, affected by the lack of aircraft to cover the destinations.

Boeing's flagship product, the 787 Dreamliner, has stalled deliveries for nearly a year following production problems with the model. "Without these aircraft we simply will not be able to operate at the level we had planned," noted Vasu Raja, American's chief revenue officer, in an internal company memo obtained by Reuters' David Shepardson.

American, like several companies around the world, has bet on Boeing . . .

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