As Contrails said, American stopped printing timetables toward the end of Crandall's career, switching to only having the electronic timetable. The paper timetable has since been brought back, but in a slimmed down version. Now it is a lot like Delta's, with only non-stop and direct flights, and directions on how to schedule a connection. It's a lot nicer, I think, because the size is a lot more convenient to carry around. It still has all the info. (aircraft type, mileage, meal service, IFE info., etc.), just doesn't list all 15000 connecting options for flights between NYC and LA.