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Mon, Sep 21 2020

BRIEF-American Airlines Says No Definitive Plans For Boeing 737 Max Training Can Cancel Pilot Training Scheduling If The Max Isn't Recertified - Spokesman

* AMERICAN AIRLINES SAYS NO DEFINITIVE PLANS FOR BOEING 737 MAX TRAINING; CAN CANCEL PILOT TRAINING SCHEDULING IF THE MAX ISN'T RECERTIFIED - SPOKESMAN Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

American Airlines to begin Boeing 737 MAX pilot training in Nov, memo shows

CHICAGO, Sept 21 American Airlines will begin Boeing Co 737 MAX training for its pilots in November, consisting of a distance learning module and a simulator session, according to a memo to pilots on Monday.

UK regulator extends trans-Atlantic competition probe due to pandemic

LONDON Britain's competition regulator said it will keep open an investigation into competition on UK-US airline routes until the travel industry stabilises, imposing instead interim measures which extend previous commitments.

UPDATE 2-United Airlines moves closer to saving pilot jobs, American pleads for more gov't aid

CHICAGO/WASHINGTON, Sept 16 United Airlines said on Wednesday it was "one step closer" to saving thousands of jobs after pilot union leaders voted to approve a tentative deal with the company, while American Airlines launched a fresh plea to Washington for more industry aid.

American Airlines, unions make new push to win government payroll assistance

WASHINGTON/CHICAGO American Airlines Chief Executive Doug Parker and seven major airline unions on Wednesday made a new push to win additional government assistance to keep nearly 20,000 workers on the payroll past Oct. 1.

UPDATE 1-American Airlines, unions make new push to win government payroll assistance

WASHINGTON/CHICAGO, Sept 16 American Airlines Chief Executive Doug Parker and seven major airline unions on Wednesday made a new push to win additional government assistance to keep nearly 20,000 workers on the payroll past Oct. 1.

American Airlines, unions make new push to win government payroll assistance

WASHINGTON/CHICAGO, Sept 16 American Airlines chief executive Doug Parker and seven major airline unions on Wednesday made a new push to win additional government assistance to keep nearly 20,000 workers on the payroll past Oct. 1.

UPDATE 1-Delta can avoid most job cuts but still supports more gov't aid, CEO says

CHICAGO, Sept 15 Delta Air Lines will avoid involuntary furloughs for frontline employees on Oct. 1 except for pilots, but will continue to reduce work hours and executive pay through the end of the year, Chief Executive Ed Bastian said in a memo to employees on Tuesday.

REFILE-American Airline's Envoy to close New York City bases, memo shows

CHICAGO, Sept 10 American Airline's wholly-owned regional carrier Envoy is closing its bases at La Guardia and John F. Kennedy airports in New York as it "makes changes to its flying profile in 2021," according to a memo from Envoy to employees seen by Reuters.

American Airlines says could seek larger Treasury loan, defer 737 MAX deliveries

CHICAGO, Sept 9 American Airlines could seek a larger loan from the U.S. Treasury Department, its chief financial officer said on Wednesday, noting that some peers may not use their portion of $25 billion in loans set aside for airlines under the CARES Act.

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