Now that American Airlines is under new management, I imagine this is likely the first of many schedule changes we’ll see at Los Angeles International Airport. The new leaders — led by former US Airways CEO Doug Parker and former US Airways president Scott Kirby — seem to place a premium on profitable routes. Flying routes “just because we always have” doesn’t seem to matter.
American Airlines ends Newark – Los Angeles service on 05MAR14
— airlineroute (@airlineroute) February 3, 2014
United (12 flights today) and Virgin America (1 flight) still fly this route.
Question for the audience: What city will American cut next from L.A.? What city will be added?