Lots of bits and pieces to digest from this morning’s 2015 4th quarter earnings conference call for American Airlines. New airplanes and low fuel continue to be headlines. In no specific order: American Airlines plans to pay $1.20-$1.25/gallon for fuel in 2016 which would yield $2B in fuel savings in 2016. That’s massive. And yet, Scott Kirby and Doug Parker continue to emphasize that they believe they can be more profitable when fuel prices go up. Despite record results, AA is getting killed in Latin America. PRASM (Passenger Revenue per Available Seat […]
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