Merger with US Airways helps American Airlines establish seven daily departures from Rome, Milan and Venice

Dec 07, 2015 1059

by Mara Monti

The airline industry continues to stack up profits. In the third quarter, American Airlines confirmed the positive results with the merger with US Airways, completed at 85%, by introducing a single booking system. The next step will be the optimization of air routes, starting with the Italian routes, as explained by the company's chairman and CEO William Douglas Parker in this interview with Il Sole 24 Ore-Italy24.

MONTI: What will the impact of the merger on the Italian market be? PARKER: Following the merger, we have seven daily departures from three airports (Milan, Rome, and Venice); we are therefore able to offer our customers a wider choice of options. 

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Fonte: Italy24

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