American Airlines Scraps Social Distancing, Books Full Planes

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American Airlines
Scraps Social Distancing,
Books Full Planes The airline will begin booking flights
to full capacity on July 1. A spokesman for the airline touted
"cleaning initiatives" implemented
since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic. In April, American Airlines began
holding half of all middle seats in economy class. AA Spokesman,
via 'LA Times' Passengers will be notified they are
booked on a crowded flight.
They will be allowed to switch their
reservation at no cost. American Airlines CEO Doug Parker
commented on the change. Doug Parker,
via 'LA Times' In addition to cleaning initiatives,
American Airlines will require masks on its flights. Union representatives took
issue with Parker's statement,
while acknowledging the difficulty of
social distancing on flights. Union Spokesman, via 'LA Times' Union Spokesman, via 'LA Times'
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