Affected by the epidemic, American Airlines announced the suspension of flights to 15 cities in October

original title: novel coronavirus pneumonia epidemic American Airlines announced the suspension of 15 city routes in October. American Airlines announced that it planned to temporarily stop flights to 15 cities in the United States in the “October plan” from October 7 to November 3, because of the lack of passenger traffic in these areas due to the damage of the new epidemic to the tourism industry, but did not indicate when the service would be resumed. The cities affected are Delio, Texas; dubic, Iowa; Florence, South Carolina; Greenville, North Carolina; Huntington, West Virginia; Joplin; karamazu, Michigan; Lake Charles, Louisiana; New Haven, Connecticut; New Windsor, New Mexico; and Roswell, New Mexico They are Suzhou City, Iowa; Springfield, Illinois; Stillwater, Oklahoma; and William Porter, Pennsylvania. “American Airlines will continue to evaluate the routes in operation and plan to make other schedule changes in the coming weeks,” the company said in a press release According to local media reports, at present, the new crown epidemic has caused a huge impact on the U.S. aviation industry, with major U.S. airlines losing tens of millions of dollars a day. At the same time, as demand for air travel is near record lows and there is no sign of recovery, several airlines, including American Airlines, are trying to cut costs and hope to operate in a more streamlined way in the next few years.