The airline said it plans to fly 55% of its domestic schedule and 20% of international flights in July. In May, American flew just 20% of its domestic schedule and is flying 25% in June.
At the same time, reports on Monday indicated American is taking steps to cut costs by offering upper-level employees severance packages when terms of federal aid expire in the fall.
The severance packages for upper management include around nine months of pay and a little more than two years of healthcare coverage for at least some of the employees at the director level and above, according to reports.
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