Articles tagged “doug parker”

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Here’s Where Travel Donated During the 2020 Election Cycle

The various sectors of the U.S. travel industry favor former Vice President Joe Biden and shifted support from Republican to Democratic congressional candidates since 2016.

Here’s Where Travel Donated During the 2020 Election Cycle

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American Airlines Will Reduce Management by 30 Percent

With the government payroll aid conditions approaching, downsizing has begun in earnest for this U.S. carrier.

American Airlines Will Reduce Management by 30 Percent

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American CEO Doug Parker Is Cautiously Optimistic About the Boeing Max

Both caution and optimism are in order regarding Boeing's fixes to its Max 737 aircraft. American's CEO is one of the first airline execs to talk openly about passenger anxieties when the Max is given the green light to fly again.

American CEO Doug Parker Is Cautiously Optimistic About the Boeing Max

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American CEO Doug Parker Loses a Bet on the Company’s Stock Price

American Airlines CEO Doug Parker has made big promises about his airline's future. They may some day come true, but not yet. Five years after its merger with US Airways, American is not quite the profit-making machine Parker had hoped.

American CEO Doug Parker Loses a Bet on the Company’s Stock Price

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American CEO on Gulf Carrier Pact: ‘Someone Is Cheating Already’

Remember when the Trump administration suggested in May it had solved the ongoing dispute between U.S. and Gulf carriers? Hah. American Airlines CEO Doug Parker is already complaining one competitor is ignoring the spirit of the agreement.

American CEO on Gulf Carrier Pact: ‘Someone Is Cheating Already’

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American Airlines Is Trailing Its Rivals on Key Measures

Doug Parker, CEO of American Airlines Group, made a jesting promise that the stock price of his company would hit $60 a share by the end of November. Good luck with that. What's worse, the carrier lags its rivals Delta and United in profit margins and on-time record.

American Airlines Is Trailing Its Rivals on Key Measures

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American Not Ready to Resume Commercial Ties With Etihad and Qatar Airways

Journalists grilled American Airlines CEO Doug Parker on Sunday about world affairs. It was unusual, considering he usually answers questions about capacity, or the passenger experience. But airlines are global businesses that rely on free trade agreements and deals negotiated by diplomats. Recent protectionist moves by some governments may not bode well for airlines.

American Not Ready to Resume Commercial Ties With Etihad and Qatar Airways

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American Airlines CEO Already Earned $19.2 Million This Year

Don't begrudge American's Doug Parker for the big payday. He leads the world's largest airline, and he decided to forgo a paycheck for stock. His gamble has paid off.

American Airlines CEO Already Earned $19.2 Million This Year

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American Airlines Plans to Keep Prices Low on Competitive Routes

The Great Fare War of 2017 will continue for the foreseeable future. Get those cheap tickets while you can, folks. You might never see fares this low again.

American Airlines Plans to Keep Prices Low on Competitive Routes

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American Airlines’ Pilot Union Votes ‘No Confidence’ in the Airline’s Executive Team

American Airlines CEO Doug Parker is respected by many of the airline's employees and beloved by Wall Street. He and his executive team will be just fine, no-confidence vote or not. American's pilots should probably just accept that.

American Airlines’ Pilot Union Votes ‘No Confidence’ in the Airline’s Executive Team