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1. Further Fourth Quarter Capacity Reductions at American Airlines and American Eagle
Further Fourth Quarter Capacity Reductions at American Airlines and American Eagle. American Airlines and its regional affiliate, American Eagle, have released additional details of their capacity reductions for the fourth quarter of 2008. The reductions are in line with Americans previously announced plans of cutting fourth quarter domestic capacity by 11 to 12% and regional affi
2. Significant Capacity and Workforce Reductions at Continental Airlines
Significant Capacity and Workforce Reductions at Continental Airlines. It is extremely turbulent times for airlines around the globe. Already American Airlines, United Airlines, Air New Zealand and Qantas have announced significant reductions to their international operations. Now, Continental Airlines has also confirmed details of its own reductions. These actions are in response
3. Significant Capacity Reductions, Aircraft Retirements and Workforce Reductions at American Airli
Significant Capacity Reductions, Aircraft Retirements and Workforce Reductions at American Airlines. American Airlines, is to significantly reduce its 2008 domestic flight schedule, including a fourth quarter mainline domestic capacity reduction of 11% to 12% from the previous year. The airline also plans to retire at least 75 mainline and regional aircraft as the company responds
4. Significant Capacity Reductions and Fuel Surcharge Increases at Austrian Airlines
Significant Capacity Reductions and Fuel Surcharge Increases at Austrian Airlines. The Austrian Airlines Group is to carry out selective capacity adjustments over the coming months. The London City Airport and Chicago destinations will both be taken out of the schedule (from 18 August and the winter schedule respectively), while other targeted reductions will be made in Europe over
5. Personnel Reductions and Added Fees to Help Northwest Airlines Offset Record Fuel Costs
Personnel Reductions and Added Fees to Help Northwest Airlines Offset Record Fuel Costs. Northwest Airlines is to reduce its frontline and management employees by 2,500 as a result of capacity reductions taken to address the unprecedented run-up in oil prices. In addition, NWA has said it will match its competitors and charge fees for the first checked bag and for frequent flier aw
6. Further Capacity and Workforce Reductions at QantasLink
Further Capacity and Workforce Reductions at QantasLink. In the past few days and weeks, American Airlines, United Airlines, Air New Zealand, Qantas, Continental Airlines and Air Canada have announced significant reductions to their international operations. Now, the Qantas Group has confirmed additional capacity and network changes, focusing on QantasLink's regional operations in
7. Capacity Reductions and New Baggage Fees at Virgin Blue
Capacity Reductions and New Baggage Fees at Virgin Blue. In response to the record fuel prices, Virgin Blue Airlines, has confirmed it is to remove a further two aircraft from Australian flying, introduce new baggage fees and increase the airlines Flexible Fares.The airline is to remove a further two Boeing 737 aircraft from the Australian domestic market by October 2008, reducing
8. International Route Reductions at Northwest Airlines
International Route Reductions at Northwest Airlines. Northwest Airlines, with its trans-Atlantic joint venture partner KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, has confirmed it is to suspend flights between Minneapolis/St. Paul-Paris and cancel flights between Detroit-Dusseldorf and Hartford-Amsterdam effective October 1, 2008.

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