American Airlines More than 300 flights have been canceled amid the staffing and maintenance crisis facing the airline.
according to News lettersFor Monday, 97 flights were canceled. While on the weekend 301 flights were cancelled.
During this weekend, no flights to and from Puerto Rico were canceled, however, the airline confirmed it EL VOCERO reports that Monday’s flight has been cancelled, but no details have been received yet.
Flights have been canceled due to calls from staff informing them of illness and other problems among staff.
talk to ABC, The airline explained that most of the cancellations were on A320 and 737 planes. But they confirmed that they can continue to cancel at least 50 to 60 daily flights in the remainder of July and 50 to 80 daily flights until July.
“We have made specific changes with the aim of affecting the fewest number of customers by adjusting flights in markets where we have multiple transportation options,” the company said in a statement.
Based on the reports, American Airliness had problems with the catering staff and those managing the wheelchairs.
The airline explained to speaker The first weeks of June were unprecedented for the company’s largest centers of operations. “This has had a significant impact on our operations and has caused flight delays and cancellations and disruption to crew schedules and our customers’ plan,” the company said in written statements to this medium.
According to the company, the cancellations happened with the aim of affecting a smaller number of customers. “We have made specific changes in order to affect the fewest number of customers by adjusting flights in markets where we have multiple options to re-arrange.”
“Our focus this summer is and always is to serve our customers no matter the circumstances. We never want to disappoint, and we feel these schedule adjustments will help ensure that we can take good care of our customers and team members and minimize surprises at the airport.”
To find out if your flight from Puerto Rico has been cancelled, call 800-981-4757.