American Airlines reduces flight service at NYC airports by 90% amid coronavirus crisis

American Airlines has announced that, starting April 7, it reduced service in and out of New York/New Jersey by 90%, the company said.

Flights were reduced out of LaGuardia Airport (LGA), John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), and Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), reducing service by at least 90 percent at each airport.

American said as coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in New York City and the surrounding region continue to increase, along with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for travel to the area, the demand for flights to the New York area is rapidly evaporating.

American Airlines will now operate only eight daily flights out of LGA, three out of JFK and two from EWR. Last April, American Airlines operated 170 out of LGA, 80 out of JFK and 21 out of LGA, on an average day.

The airline plans to run its new, temporary schedule through May 6.

American Airlines reduces flight service at NYC airports by 90% amid coronavirus crisis

American Airlines has announced that, starting April 7, it reduced service in and out of New York/New Jersey by 90%, the company said.

Flights were reduced out of LaGuardia Airport (LGA), John F. Kennedy International Airport (JFK), and Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR), reducing service by at least 90 percent at each airport.

American said as coronavirus (COVID-19) cases in New York City and the surrounding region continue to increase, along with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines for travel to the area, the demand for flights to the New York area is rapidly evaporating.

American Airlines will now operate only eight daily flights out of LGA, three out of JFK and two from EWR. Last April, American Airlines operated 170 out of LGA, 80 out of JFK and 21 out of LGA, on an average day.

The airline plans to run its new, temporary schedule through May 6.