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American details flight cutbacks

June 26, 2008|From Times Wire Services

American Airlines will cut back flying this year at many airports, including hubs in Dallas and Chicago, as it attempts to cope with record high fuel prices.

The airline said it would reduce departures at its Chicago O'Hare Airport hub by 28 flights and sister airline American Eagle would cut 34 flights, beginning in September. At Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, American will cut 19 departures and Eagle will ground 23 flights.

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