is definitely moving in the right direction. The fact that they only lost $111 million (excluding special items $95 million) is a significant progress, not to mention Q4
is the worst for the airline industry. With all the cost cutting, sacrifices, hard work, and improvements AA
has done since Arpey has taken helm this is obviously good news. With the restructuring of DFW
hubs last November and MIA
underway profits should be right around the corner. AA
has some a long way. These things take time and I'd say that in 2 Quarters or so you will see significant profit's to come.
Workbench: Why don't you do us a favor and stop posting these ridiculous remarks? You are what 13-15 years of age? Incapable to even comprehend the dynamics of the airline industry much less know what's good for it. I dare you to say these things to an AA
employee, you wouldn't last 5 seconds. I suggest you discover your role in life. When you have discovered your true nature come back and post more coherent thoughts!
(referring me from my friend)