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American Airlines Celebrates 80 Years in Mexico With Record Growth in the Country – American Airlines Newsroom

MEXICO CITY — American Airlines is celebrating 80 years of service to Mexico this month. In 1942, the airline launched service from Dallas to Mexico City with a Douglas DC-3 aircraft, first stopping in Monterrey to refuel. With this flight, Mexico became the airline’s second international destination, following the launch of Toronto, Canada, in 1941.
“As the leading U.S. airline in Mexico, we are proud to celebrate 80 years of connecting our two countries, offering our customers an unbeatable network and the highest level of service,” said José A. Freig, Vice President of International. “It’s important we recognize and thank our Mexico-based team members for their outstanding work leading American’s largest international operation during a year of record growth for us in the country.”
Mexico is American’s largest international destination, where the airline operates more than 500 weekly flights to 27 cities: Acapulco, Aguascalientes, Cancún, Chihuahua, Mexico City, Cozumel, Culiacan, Durango, Guadalajara, Hermosillo, Huatulco, La Paz, León, Loreto, Mazatlán, Mérida, Monterrey, Morelia, Oaxaca, Puerto Vallarta, Querétaro, San José del Cabo, San Luis Potosi, Torreon, Zacatecas, as well as seasonal service to Zihuatanejo and Manzanillo.
American has more than 1,100 team members based in Mexico, the largest number of employees outside of the United States. The operation includes two Reservations offices in Mexico City and Monterrey, four Ticket Sales Centers in Mexico City, Monterrey, Guadalajara and León, and an Admirals Club at Benito Juárez International Airport in Mexico City.
In 2022, American has had record growth in Mexico with a more than 40% increase in capacity compared to 2019. In addition to operating more strategic routes with larger aircraft, the airline has also launched new flying, such as Austin to Cozumel, and, beginning in November, new service from Mexico City and Monterrey to New York.
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NYC woman sentenced to 4 months in prison after in-flight fight caused plane to divert – USA TODAY

A New York woman is serving four months behind bars and 36 months of supervised release for her part in a fight aboard a February 2021 American Airlines flight.
Kelly Pichardo, 32, of Bronx, New York, was sentenced by a United States District Judge last week, the U.S. Department of Justice said in a news release.
She previously pleaded guilty to interference with flight crew members. She also has to pay restitution to American Airlines totaling $9,123. 
Pichardo’s co-defendant, Leeza S. Rodriguez, will be sentenced after her guilty plea on Nov. 7 this year.
The U.S. Department of Justice said Pichardo and Rodriguez were “unruly and intimidating” while traveling first class on an American Airlines flight from Dallas-Fort Worth to Los Angeles.
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The two women got into a fight with another passenger who asked them to stop using a racial slur, Phoenix police told the Arizona Republic, which is part of the USA TODAY Network. One of the women spit at the male passenger who had asked her to stop using that language, a Phoenix police spokesperson said at the time. 
The man started recording the fight on his phone and then Rodriguez allegedly hit his hand to stop him from doing so. Their behavior caused the pilot to reroute the flight to Phoenix, Arizona, so the co-defendants could be removed from the plane.
The flight eventually continued to LAX.
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“There is a line between boorish behavior on an airplane and criminal activity, and the defendant clearly crossed it,” said United States Attorney Gary Restaino in the most recent release about the case. “First class passengers are not immune from prosecution: defendant’s verbal and physical intimidation disrupted the travel of passengers and crew alike.”
Saleen Martin is a reporter on USA TODAY’s NOW team. She is from Norfolk, Virginia – the 757 – and loves all things horror, witches, Christmas, and food. Follow her on Twitter at @Saleen_Martin or email her at sdmartin@usatoday.com.

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Airlines Abandoning Small Airports More Than Just a Trend – TravelPulse

Airlines & Airports Rich Thomaselli September 11, 2022
They say that it takes three times for something to happen to consider it a trend.
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The nation’s three largest domestic airlines – American, Delta, and United – have eliminated service at 59 smaller U.S. airlines since the onset of the pandemic in March of 2020, according to Business Insider.
That’s a figure that has become more than just a trend but rather a disturbing, regular occurrence. It’s been a perfect storm of pilot and staffing shortages vs. an overwhelming return of the flying public, a situation that has been building long before the pandemic – but exacerbated by the effects of the virus.
Most of the service cuts have been to airlines’ regional carriers, but nonetheless, they served a critical role in bringing passengers to larger hubs. According to Business Insider, Delta has exited 13 airports, American has left 14, and United no longer serves 32 facilities.
Business Insider broke it down among the three major carriers:
AMERICAN AIRLINES

Oakland, California
New Haven, Connecticut
Dubuque, Iowa
Sioux Falls, Iowa
Duluth, Minnesota
Meridian, Mississippi
Hattiesburg, Mississippi
Joplin, Missouri
Islip, New York
Ithaca, New York
Stewart, New York
Toledo, Ohio
Williamsport, Pennsylvania
Cheyenne, Wyoming

DELTA AIR LINES

Fort Smith, Arkansas
Santa Barbara, California
Durango, Colorado
Grand Junction, Colorado
Peoria, Illinois
Flint, Michigan
Lincoln, Nebraska
Manchester, New Hampshire
Stewart, New York
New Bern, North Carolina
Akron, Ohio
Scranton, Pennsylvania
Erie, Pennsylvania

UNITED AIRLINES

Texarkana, Arkansas
Flagstaff, Arizona
Santa Rosa, California
Stockton, California
Alamosa, Colorado
Destin, Florida
Tallahassee, Florida
Twin Falls, Idaho
Evansville, Indiana
Paducah, Kentucky
Alexandria, Louisiana
Monroe, Louisiana
Kalamazoo, Michigan
Lansing, Michigan
Rochester, Minnesota
Columbia, Missouri
Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri
Kearney, Nebraska
Ogdensburg, New York
Plattsburgh, New York
Pierre, South Dakota
Watertown, South Dakota
Abilene, Texas
College Station, Texas
Killeen, Texas
San Angelo, Texas
Shenandoah, Virginia
Everett, Washington
Clarksburg, West Virginia
Lewisburg, West Virginia
Eau Claire, Wisconsin
Mosinee, Wisconsin
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