The pandemic changed everything and there's never REALLY any going back.
And so . . .
Consumer air travel, the backbone of the industry continues to be an increasingly sketchy proposition.
Take a look . . .
"The company blamed the move on air traffic control problems and limited staffing in Florida as well as bad weather, saying getting its operations back to normal was "more difficult and prolonged" because of schedule and staffing reductions implemented during the pandemic."
Fact is . . .
The smaller and more "complex" New KCI might not meet the demands of an industry that's clearly in flux.
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Halloween weekend proved to be a horror for American Airlines, as the company canceled more than 1,500 flights between Friday and Sunday. More than 600 of those cancellations were made for trips scheduled to depart on Sunday, CNN reported, citing the FlightAware tracking service.