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"doug parker" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:04 min | 2 months ago

"doug parker" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Airlines. Bad news. If you work for American Airlines, they're going a ton. Of layoffs. Unfortunately, you know, I think a lot of companies doing this I'm taking for my airline. I'm making for all the airlines that making sure all the employees on all of us who loved to travel, Retired flight attendant Karen Harper worked for United for 32 years. She's been through a few rounds of furloughs herself, but nothing like this in the early seventies. Fine, great plains with five passengers on it, you know, so that the economic ups and downs over the years has been dramatic. And then, of course, After 9 11. He walked into an airport today. Travel is down 70% from a year ago, and federal stimulus funds that helped airlines through the summer expired today. Although negotiations are ongoing, there's no guarantee the White House or Congress will pass. An extension is forced American and United to furlough 32,000 workers combined. Oh, my God! And those air 32,000 skilled workers. You know these air, not guys picking up trash like this is that these are very skilled technical workers both send letters to team members last night. Explaining the decision, American Airlines CEO Doug Parker wrote. I am extremely sorry we have reached this outcome is not what you all deserve. It is a privilege to advocate on behalf of the hardworking aviation professionals at American and throughout the industry. And you have my assurance that we will continue to do so in the days ahead. United ended its letter saying to our departing 13,000 family members like God, 13,000. I've members of united. Thank you for your dedication, and we look forward to welcoming you back well, some believe airlines should be using private loans to keep employees passengers. We spoke to say it's a tough situation across the board this year is not good for anybody. So everybody's going through it right now. Airlines say they'll reverse the furloughs. If Washington comes to an agreement in the next couple of days, which is why they're urging employees to reach out to their elected officials don't know how good that's going to do.

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American and United to furlough 32,000 workers

Tim Conway Jr.

02:04 min | 2 months ago

American and United to furlough 32,000 workers

"Airlines. Bad news. If you work for American Airlines, they're going a ton. Of layoffs. Unfortunately, you know, I think a lot of companies doing this I'm taking for my airline. I'm making for all the airlines that making sure all the employees on all of us who loved to travel, Retired flight attendant Karen Harper worked for United for 32 years. She's been through a few rounds of furloughs herself, but nothing like this in the early seventies. Fine, great plains with five passengers on it, you know, so that the economic ups and downs over the years has been dramatic. And then, of course, After 9 11. He walked into an airport today. Travel is down 70% from a year ago, and federal stimulus funds that helped airlines through the summer expired today. Although negotiations are ongoing, there's no guarantee the White House or Congress will pass. An extension is forced American and United to furlough 32,000 workers combined. Oh, my God! And those air 32,000 skilled workers. You know these air, not guys picking up trash like this is that these are very skilled technical workers both send letters to team members last night. Explaining the decision, American Airlines CEO Doug Parker wrote. I am extremely sorry we have reached this outcome is not what you all deserve. It is a privilege to advocate on behalf of the hardworking aviation professionals at American and throughout the industry. And you have my assurance that we will continue to do so in the days ahead. United ended its letter saying to our departing 13,000 family members like God, 13,000. I've members of united. Thank you for your dedication, and we look forward to welcoming you back well, some believe airlines should be using private loans to keep employees passengers. We spoke to say it's a tough situation across the board this year is not good for anybody. So everybody's going through it right now. Airlines say they'll reverse the furloughs. If Washington comes to an agreement in the next couple of days, which is why they're urging employees to reach out to their elected officials don't know how good that's going to do.

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"doug parker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

03:53 min | 2 months ago

"doug parker" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"President Trump is voicing concern about the integrity of the upcoming election turbine in the Democrat. Extremely suppose alot of these efforts towards your election integrity to the pose voter ID. Think of it, whether picture picture for almost everything nowadays, but we don't want to put you have a picture to get through the Democrat nationals at a White House press conference, Trump questioned at the reliability of mail in voting in November. He claims there have been numerous instances of issues around voting by mail trumps Joe Biden and Democrats oppose efforts to make elections more secure. He pointed toe opposition to voter ID laws and said Democrats opposed all safety measures that would make elections more secure. Former White House counsel Don McGahn, says Amy Cockney Barrett deserves to be on the Supreme Court for Scalia came a protege of his I think she's a fantastic judge. There's no reason why the Senate's couldn't confirm her on CBS's face. The Nation began noted that Barrett was a new federal judge. The last time President Trump got to nominate somebody to the nation's highest court. Began, insisted Judge Brett Kavanaugh was the right choice back then. But Barrett is the right person. This time around again also pushed back against claims that barrettes confirmation is being rushed. Former Trump Campaign manager Bread par scale is being held at a hospital after barricading himself in his Florida home bar Scales wife reportedly called police after he was threatening to harm himself. His wife told officers he was armed. South Florida Sun Sentinel, reports par Scale didn't threaten police and was taken to the hospital under Florida's Baker Act that allows police to detain people who potentially pose a threat to themselves or others. The CEO of American Airlines is holding out hope that Congress will act to help his industry on CBS's face. The Nation, Doug Parker noted there's bipartisan support on the issue of helping airlines continue to whether the Corona virus pandemic. However, he said they need something passed into law. I'm at Madison Just days before the scheduled reopening of New York City schools. The principal's union calls for the state to seize control of the school system from the mayor David Folk, Thomas reports in a stunning rebuke of Mayor de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza, the C S a union declaring Sunday a unanimous vote of no confidence, saying it was taking the unprecedented step of seeking state intervention, partly because there are more than 200 elementary school principals who still need a total of 1200. Teachers before K through eight on site instruction begins Tuesday. Middle and high school students report Thursday. The mayor has twice delayed the start of in person classes due to Corona virus concerns. David Folk Thomas reporting. Authorities in southwest Texas are warning of a brain eating amoeba they found in the water supply. Lisa Taylor with MME. Or the discovery of the single celled parasite is the reason for a do not use water advisory. Now, in effect for several cities and communities south of Houston residents are being told not to drink or use the tap water, including for bathing all of this after six year old just sayin. McIntyre died September 8th at Texas Children's Hospital in Houston. Doctors told Messiahs mom the cause was due to an amoeba infection. He's insanely reporting Ah federal judges blocking the Trump administration's ban on TIC tac from going into effect. The temporary injunction came just hours before downloads of the video sharing APP were set to be banned due to TIC Tac's parent company's links with China. Tech giant Oracle is set to buy Tic Tac from Beit Dance in an effort to ensure the APP remains active in the US And the cast of the HBO political comedy series Veep is going to reunite for a benefit aimed at boosting former Vice President Joe Biden is presidential campaign veep star Julia Louis Dreyfus tweeted that the October 4th Livestream performance will also raise money for the Wisconsin Democratic Party because America's dairy.

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"doug parker" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

03:37 min | 2 months ago

"doug parker" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Mike Leigh is dismissing concerns about the Supreme Court, gutting Obama care after it. Here's aural arguments later this year. The patient protection and Affordable Care act was I believe unconstitutional when it was enacted, it was unconstitutional when it was litigated in 2012 on a bee sees this week, the Utah Republican argued Judge Amy Cockney. Barrett should not have to deal with the arrows thrown her way over Obama care because of the law. Not being legally sound Democrat presidential nominee Joe Biden says it's clear what President Trump is doing with his latest Supreme Court nominee, President Trump is trying to throw out the affordable care act. He's been trying to do it for the last four years. Fighting addressed the president's pick of Amy Cockney Barrett from Delaware today and says many Americans will be hurt if Obama care is struck down. A federal judge in Montana is ousting the acting director of the Bureau of Land Management. Jim Forbes, has that story, Chief District Judge Brian Morris ruled. William Perry Pendley has been serving unlawfully in the position. For over 400 days, he added. The Interior Secretary David Barnett, lacked the authority to appoint penalty and other permissible past were not used, including being nominated by the president. This comes in response to a lawsuit brought by Montana Governor Steve Bullock. He argued Penley shouldn't be heading the agency because the Senate didn't confirm him. You're listening to the latest from NBC News radio. More than 20 anti police. Rioters are under arrest in Portland after clashes overnight. The violence lasted into the early morning hours as police drove the mob away from the federal courthouse downtown. The CEO of American Airlines is holding out hope Congress will act to help his industry. Our plan actually is to get Congress and administration to come together and get relief package passed. Little includes support on CBS's face. The Nation, Doug Parker noted There is bipartisan support on the issue of helping airlines continue. So whether the Corona virus pandemic at least 20 students on the Pleasantville campus of Pace University have tested positive for covert 19 David Folk. Thomas has that story, school officials say, after four student athletes tested positive last Monday, 600 members of the school community were tested and another 16 students tested positive for the virus. All 20 students are in isolation, and their contacts are also quarantining 18 of the positive cases are stewed. It's who live in alumni Hall and Westchester County officials are requiring a 14 day quarantine for all students living there. Authorities in southeast Texas warn of a brain eating amoeba. They have found in the water supply. Lisa Taylor reports. The discovery of the single celled parasite is the reason for a do not use water advisory now, in effect for several cities and communities south of Houston residents are being told not to drink or use the tap water, including for bathing all of this after six year old Joe Sion McIntyre died September 8th at Texas Children's Hospital in Houston. Doctors told Messiahs Mom the cause was due to an amoeba infection. The California State Library is asking people to submit essays, poems, letters, photographs, artwork or videos in relation to cove. It 19 experiences. I'm Cameron Fairchild, NBC news radio. This report is sponsored by Stand up to cancer. I'm.

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American Airlines CEO Doug Parker on federal aid: "We need laws, not bills"

Talk 1260 KTRC Programming

00:23 sec | 2 months ago

American Airlines CEO Doug Parker on federal aid: "We need laws, not bills"

"The CEO of American Airlines is holding out hope Congress will act to help his industry. Our plan actually is to get Congress and administration to come together and get relief package passed. Little includes support on CBS's face. The Nation, Doug Parker noted There is bipartisan support on the issue of helping airlines continue. So whether the Corona

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Aviation industry rocked by furloughs amid COVID-19 pandemic

KYW 24 Hour News

01:15 min | 2 months ago

Aviation industry rocked by furloughs amid COVID-19 pandemic

"And the aviation industry was among the hardest hit by the Corona virus pandemic, and for months, government support has kept many airlines from furloughing or laying off their employees. But that support is coming to an end. CBS NEWS Chris Van Cleve has the story American started the year is the world's largest airline with about 140,000 Employees Cove it has devastated its business. On the government's payroll support program runs out next week. American will be 30% smaller overnight, 19,000 will lose their jobs and 15 cities will lose their service CEO Doug Parker. I just can't believe The winning, We may not be able to do the right thing simply because our elected officials can't come to any sort of compromise agreement. In a show of unity outside the capital this week, airline CEOs, union leaders and employees pleaded with Congress for another 25 billion in payroll support to halt as many as 76,000 furloughs and layoffs. Through at least march. This is really people. Moving their stuff into their cars and trying to figure out how to survive. There is rare bipartisan support in Congress and the White House that something should be done. But a covert relief package remains stalled, as is a Senate bill. Focus solely on airline aid. Chris Van Cleve Washington

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Thousands Of Airline Workers Facing Unemployment As Aid Package Stalls In Congress

All Things Considered

03:34 min | 2 months ago

Thousands Of Airline Workers Facing Unemployment As Aid Package Stalls In Congress

"Is the airline industry. Air travel demand is down a wop a whopping 70% from last year and tens of thousands of airline pilots, flight attendants, a reservation agents and other industry workers are poised to lose their paychecks next week if Congress doesn't extend federal aid for airlines. NPR's David Shaper reports. A nation's airlines are at a crossroads. Or maybe I should say cross runways at the start of the year. On average about 2.5 million people were flying every day. Now that's plummeted to around 700,000, and until there are widely available vaccines or treatments for covert 19. Most passengers won't be coming back any time soon. You can't run an airline that a third the size it was and expect to keep all the same people. Elaine Backer is an airline industry analyst for investment Bank Cowan. I feel like in this country we've shifted from flattening the curve to waiting for a cure or a vaccine, and and that just means the pain is going to be longer in the cares act, Congress provided $25 billion a direct payroll support to the airlines so they could keep paying their employees through the end of September. Already, tens of thousands of workers have taken early retirement or other incentives to leave their jobs. But now the airlines air notifying another 75,000 that they may be out of a job. October 1st getting that for letter in the mail. Completely shocking. Isaiah Gonzalez is an aircraft maintenance worker for united at New York's LaGuardia Airport. The first thing that came to mind with how I was going to support my family people who depend on me. How was I going to keep the income? I was going to keep the family afloat, and Gonzalez is not alone. Me. Getting fellow is like this devastating. Tony Valentine is a reservations agent for United Airlines in Detroit. I have six that depend on me Arrange it age from 2 to 22, Valentine says. That's a houseful with a whole lot of bills. In addition, she says her husband suffered a serious stroke last year. And knowing that I may not have insurance to finishes is like I feel like I failed often at loggerheads. The unions representing these and other airline employees are now in rare harmony with airline CEOs in pressing Congress for a six month extension of the payroll support program. The industries in dire straits Nick Calio heads the industry group Airlines for America at one point Passenger traffic was down 96%. It's now down 70%. Still, one third of our planes are parked not flying, and we're losing $5 billion a month. The airlines unions and bipartisan majorities in Congress agree that the six months of payroll support worked in keeping airline employees off of unemployment rolls. In the tens of thousands of layoffs now might send shockwaves through the economy. Missouri Congressman Sam Graves is the ranking Republican on the House Transportation Committee. We absolutely cannot let an entire sector of the economy collapse, and that's exactly what will happen if we do not get this extension done yet. The airline funding is tied to broader Corona virus relief that the White House and Congress cannot agree upon. Here's American airline CEO Doug Parker. I just can't believe that we may not be able to do the right thing. Simply because our elected officials can't come to any sort of compromise agreement were better in that. Still, someone of providing billions Warren taxpayer money doesn't just put off the inevitable as airlines will need to restructure to match the reduced demand. Legislation that would extend payroll support for the airlines was introduced in the Senate this week. But if it isn't passed soon, thousands of airline employees may be out of work One week from today. David Shaper NPR news

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"doug parker" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

02:56 min | 2 months ago

"doug parker" Discussed on WSB-AM

"Of air travel. I'm Jamie Dupri in Washington, with billions in aid running out and the Corona virus still causing travel troubles here today with a message of urgency. The airline industry wants another $25 billion from Congress, American Airlines CEO Doug Parker. But if Congress can't come together, small communities will lose their service in 19,000, American Airlines. Aviation professionals will be furloughed, Jamie says. It's not clear of Congress will act on any extra airline relief. Atlanta based Delta's delaying decision on furloughs until at least November 1st intelligence officials believe Russian President Vladimir Putin is directing an operation to interfere in the presidential election. The Washington Post reports the CIA assess that Putin and other top Russian officials are behind efforts to disparage Democratic nominee Joe Biden. Their efforts are also meant to so public discord ahead of the November election. Ryan shook reports. Previous intelligence reports also warned of Russian interference. Four years ago, former New York Mayor Mike Bloomberg doles out more than $16 million to help Floridians with felony convictions vote. The money is going to a group called the Florida writes Restoration Coalition that helps former inmates payoff court finds which is needed for them to vote, Bloomberg vowed to spend $100 million to help Joe Biden win Florida the state's registration deadline's in two weeks. The Bulldogs are counting on a breakout. From their number one receiver When the season starts Saturday, Pickens freshman season was certainly a ride. Oh, hey left, it had brought that baby in. He had the record setting Sugar Bowl but also saw suspensions and ejections because of his temper. We need him to grow up faster. We need to lead Mohr and it sounds like the soft more is heard The call from Kirby Smart. I'm just focus on mostly the team name because I see now if your team bounded Pickens had more than 700 yards last year, and only one Yuji receivers ever top 2000. Take off Saturdays of four here on the home of the dog's J. Black 95.5 WSB WSB news time 7 49, WSB meteorologist Kirk Militia and his dependable five day forecast sponsored by Breda Pest management, They handle bugs and critters. Well, most of us stay dry again for today. Cool this morning, but my of this afternoon Then the leftovers of beta bring humidity up tomorrow through Sunday, and I have 21 inch of rain on average tomorrow through Friday, warm on the weekend, then much cooler by next Thursday. For today, Ron a NATO demolish meter high about 75 those night 59 61 tomorrow a 40% chance of a morning shower 60% afternoon 80% at night high 71 Low 64 On Friday. Mostly cloudy a 40% chance of a light shower high 78 low 65 My exclusive five day forecast for the weekend. A mix of sun and clouds astray afternoon thundershower possible but not likely highs. 81 lows 66 Recapping the forecast for today. Mostly cloudy to partly cloudy and a high around 75 yesterday was.

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"doug parker" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:33 min | 2 months ago

"doug parker" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Everybody says they want to see an extension of the payroll Support Act. It was the most successful part of the cares act. It needs to be extended. We need more than words, though. Yeah, but as of right now, it is only words. There is a new bill $28 billion payroll support bill introduced by two Republicans yesterday. But a lot of it comes down to a bigger cove in 19 relief bill that doesn't look like it's anywhere along the lines of getting past and the airline industry saying OK, but we've only got until next week to take care of us. Even if you don't get that bigger bill done. Doug Parker is the CEO of American Airlines. Small communities will lose their service. 19,000 American Airlines. Aviation professionals will be furloughed. We simply cannot let that happen. Gonna fact AA lot now. Delta today said they would delay furloughing up to 2000 pilots until November that they can afford to do that United's going to avoid with a deal with their pilots union a little bit until next year. On the pilots would still come October 1st next week, 13,000 workers had united American Airlines 17,500 workers, lot of other airlines as well. They would be told you're no longer getting a paycheck. Tough times, ABC. Zelig Stone. Thank you so much. You gotta Thanksgiving. And, you know, Speaking of travel 74% of hotels are gonna lay off more employees without further aid and carnival cruise line, canceling cruises into 2021 beyond carnival, also selling 18 of its ships. Traffic.

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American Airlines Flight Attendants Picket For Extension Of Payroll Support Program In Dallas Area

KRLD News, Weather and Traffic

00:49 sec | 3 months ago

American Airlines Flight Attendants Picket For Extension Of Payroll Support Program In Dallas Area

"To resolve them. Is problem. Flight attendants at American Airlines picketing outside North Texas Congress member's office is this week. They say they're worried they're gonna lose their jobs. At the end of the month, American Airlines chief executive sent a letter to employees saying he would have to furlough 19,000 workers starting in October without an extension of the payroll support program. We have support for that program on both sides of the aisle in Washington, which is great, but the Association of Professional Flight Attendants Paul Hartshorn says help for airlines is being held up by Bait over other parts of a potential stimulus bill. He says a six month extension would help prevent layoffs. Hopefully, by then, demand will have returned because we will be closer to a vaccine. Chief executive Doug Parker says. American has to prepare for the possibility Congress will not find a way to support aviation professionals urging employees

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"doug parker" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:51 min | 4 months ago

"doug parker" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Nearly 70 nations that skip the games. Beardsley kept swimming but failed to qualify for the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles, which the Soviets boycotted. He says some of the 1980 boycotters are still incredibly mad. But he made peace with it. You know, I didn't have to risk my life. I didn't have to make a sacrifice greater than just not goingto event, Beardsley says. However, the hardest thing about being on the 1980 team is in his words. We don't know who we are. That lost identity was a topic of Zoom Town Hall in April. Former medal winning rower and longtime International Olympic Committee member and needed to France remembers being in a gathering where they were honoring past Olympics and there was nothing to show for summer 1980. We are the team with no result they don't know our names. They don't care about us. Nobody knows what sports were in our early days do not exist to France and other team members find it particularly galling. The boycott, in their words didn't save a single life the Soviet state in Afghanistan until 1989 But Rita Buck Crockett atop volleyball player on the 1980 team says with the Corona virus, today's Olympians have a much different opportunity as they deal with forces beyond their control. You are saving lives by not going to the Olympics this year. As hard as it is, you have only one year hopefully and you're going to save a 1,000,000 lives if the Tokyo Olympics begin next July. Those who delayed and then competed will be part of one of the most memorable games in history. In a recent letter to the athletes of the 1980 team, the current CEO of the U. S, Olympic and Paralympic Committee, Sara Hirsh Lind Wrote. We can clearly state you deserved better, and she announced they will be part of the new U. S. Olympic Museum opening next week in Colorado Springs. The team with no result will at least Have a permanent tribute. Tom Goldman NPR news The Corona virus pandemic continues to devastate airline's business model. The nation's four biggest airlines now report combined second quarter losses of more than $10 billion. And as NPR's David Shaper reports, any recovery seems a long way off. There's no sugarcoating it when you're losing billions. Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly compare is battling the virus to fighting a prolonged war. We knew this would be a long song to flog. With a lot of unexpected twists and turns. And it's proving to be so airlines flew 85 to 90% fewer passengers this April, May and June, then they did the second quarter last year. A brief uptick in June and early July fizzled as New Cove in 19 cases spite again Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly, it's really almost impossible plan right now. Southwest says It doesn't intend on cutting any jobs before the end of the year, but American and United which both reported net losses of more than $2 billion of the second quarter. Have notified tens of thousands of employees that they may lose their jobs with federal payroll aid runs out September 30th. Here's American CEO Doug Parker. We know will be a tomorrow. We worked right side all aspects of the organization of that round to try to prevent mass layoffs. Airline employee unions are calling on Congress to extend payroll support while in normal times, Airlines would be trying to outdo one another with low fares or better service. There now competing on sanitation. United CEO Scott Kirby claims the filtration systems and airflow patterns make the air quality on a plane better than that in office buildings or even hospitals. And you combine that with our mask quality and are cleaning protocols. And it really is one of the safest places you convey. If you're going to leave your house United will now require passengers to wear masks not only on the plane but at the gate, check it and at baggage claim to Other airlines air following suit, but only Southwest and Delta say they will continue to block out middle seats to provide more social distancing on flights Years. Delta CEO at Baskin when we survey customers about reasons your purchasing a ticket on Delta The space on board the plane. The block middle seats has gone to the number one reason. But no matter how much space there is on board, no airline executive expects demand to really pick up again until there is a Corona virus Vaccine. David Shaper NPR news I think this is NPR news. Congresswoman Karen Bass is coming up on political breakdown after a look at traffic.

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"doug parker" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:30 min | 8 months ago

"doug parker" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"The fort worth based carrier says the money is needed so they can continue just offering flights one of their doings of reporting regions are medical professionals getting to where they're most needed family members getting to their loved ones or where they feel most at auction officials getting to their constituents and back to government the Doug Parker says the company could get twelve billion in federal aid and even with that money Parker says tens of thousands of airline workers here in North Texas will have to work fewer hours until the pandemic is over and we're gonna have live coverage of governor Abbott's news conference coming up on corona virus at two o'clock here on news radio ten eighty K. R. L. T. so we get just a little over an hour we hear from the governor of Texas with the latest ad with corona virus cases in New York City soaring the city's first responders are facing massive casualties we're talking two hundred sixty reported cases within the police department the fire department getting hit as well you must respond is here in New York City are getting nearly as many calls today as they did on September eleventh a new York's governor says we could be two weeks away from what is the peak of the virus here sounds of sirens in New York City right now really stand out and that's because it's so much quieter here than normal everyone has been asked to stay inside a nurse from NYU Langone hospital sent us this video he told us there were nine ambulances all backed up trying to get patients into.

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Death by a a thousand cuts

Dots, Lines & Destinations

07:49 min | 9 months ago

Death by a a thousand cuts

"Hello and welcome to episode two hundred eighty three of ducks lines and destinations. I am Stephen. Seagraves joined by Seth Miller and false mood. Gentlemen our healthy healthy for now for now. Yeah you guys you guys like stocking up yet your toilet paper because I have my four years of toilet paper. We POSCO UP here. No it should be there now. Costco's somewhere down in Massachusetts. That's not true. There's Nashua is there forever but I remember like an hour away so I think I think maybe the the Massachusetts will not be closer. Because we're there on the highway yet dependent independent where you are but neither is national 'cause missiles go to shop tax-free oh yeah makes sense. So so we do you. Have you set? You have a costco membership. Never have that would be a factor. Yeah you costco. You can buy a member man trader. Joe's is good. Cook those There's a trip just down the way we are by talking to the grocery store here the pricing is right. They textures as right. I prefer I enjoy. It's It's a one ply but quilted one. Lots of interesting sort of hybrid choice. It comes from It's an actual habit for this. I can't put talking about this on the show. Our House in New York had a hundred year old piping plumbing our retrofit once or twice but very bright piping and plumbing and the two black clogging it so we had to find a comfortable one ply so that I didn't have to keep Snaking the toilet and I've just stuck with that brand since New Place similar age. I don't feel like you know testing that experience again. So it was like self-preservation really got understand and and it seems that we are curious. I have plenty of. Actually I buy it at target or at the grocery store depending on. Who's telling US sale that week and had bought two jumbo packs? Just because we have enough space to store. I bought that in late January so we have plenty of but not not because of this just because that's how I buy it normally. I mean that's typically what we costco. It's like you buy like your two months. Supply routes just about two months typically a familiar with the usage rates. Because we both work from home anyway so the whole life. Nobody's doesn't change our consumption adding so should we just pivot and go the Japanese Muslim? Nobody's I'm not a fan on. I am not do feel that. It's more of a female thing to truly appreciate the We'll give my wife credit when earlier this evening. Were finishing up dinner. She says is it true. That men really don't wash their hands in the bathrooms. Generally may is that why we take so much longer. The bathrooms than men because Russia. Washing our hands. Anything else and I had to give some credit for. That might be right. You know from what I've seen Been are terrible at washing their hands in the restroom I told you guys the story of the gentleman that I saw at O'hare wearing a full face mask who use the urinal and not just a face mask us like a painter. Space Mass like the the the two big nozzles on each side and then use. The restroom interceded walk out without Washington's Darwin. Awards folks keep it simple stupid. I think One of the things that we need to talk about his just general airline cuts so that's kind of what this corona virus scare and a passenger lull. I would call it or depression I would call it is is really triggering rights Yeah I mean. We're we're recording this on evening and sorry we're late again. This week. We had another guest plan with special thoughts and a reason they were late but that fell through so But you know one of the. I'll say benefits of being a little late to the game. This week is that we've actually had the experience of the J. P. Morgan Aviation Conference Today. And it was a virtual event so she goes to show you just how serious the situation is a investor conference where typically they bring the senior executives in from all the airlines in each hour two or half an hour to present to gather groups and then they do a meet and greet private meetings in a dinner at Temple. Big Thing Quality Boondoggle Was done for airlines by teleconference today. So I if that's not a metaphor. I don't know what is and and the news from that. Teleconference was not much cut. Cut cut cut cut cut everybody except for Alaska Airlines. That spoke today on and it was the. Us carriers that you'd think of minus southwest. I'll spoke so jetblue and bigger Mina South West All spoke today all said that They were cutting service and most of them had announced it some way some form Alaska Airlines is not cutting margin April but currently has a three and a half percent cut in. May and that's sort of the telling thing is like they're pulling for May they they see the future demand not recovering for a long time United is Scott. Kirby said he thinks it's eighteen months before demand returns to its pre corona virus level. So call it like whatever we were at the end of December but he also said SARS was a fourteen month cycle and they're they're extending a little bit so and if if I was to look at what like I add his out from SARS. Their version of the chart came back much quicker. I don't know visit. United was slower or the industry was really slower than I added. Sort of lying about the numbers are pushing version that they liked But there's some interesting things to consider there but everybody's cutting American pulled ten percent or seven percent of domestic going forward and a bunch of international cuts and international cuts are going longer term than really interesting to me there. This isn't a week or month even at a time anymore. You know going back to vases comment from a few weeks ago. Where there's where he said they're cutting month we at time with each passing week. Another month is scheduled. That's really where we're at now in this. Is that simply? Think lack of demand tree backup. If the corona virus was to disappear to the airline seat those months as the time it would take to get demand back to where it was. Yeah it they they just. They don't see the demand coming back a lot of references. Essentially there are some differences of opinion. There was a lot of things that were some of it. Some differences of opinion a lot of comments about the travelers still today are all still spring break travel that was previously booked into people. WanNa throw away. But that future bookings aren't happy as much aren't happening as much So that's part of it. There's also the question of can you induce travelers by dropping. There's enough and Scott Kirby from United's basically said dismissive manner said I didn't even realize there's another theory. Then people could still be convinced to travel if it's cheap enough. Because they were worried about travelling because they want to get sick At the same time Alaska Airlines and everything said you know. We said something like that. We ran a sale last week just to test the waters and people buy tickets and me. I'm more than we expected. Know What's interesting? I was looking airfares. Given how empty allegedly empty flights are airfares are still high. Yeah and we can close in far out how far less than seven days. Yeah you would think like if you've got empty flights now you'd start filling them but they're not so the one comment that. I think it was American. I think Doug Parker said they did a similar thing where they released some of their. You'll controls but it was still focused on greater than seven days out so they're still not. Bush is interesting because I think the theory there is business. Travelers aren't traveling and if they do decide to travel they'll pay whatever it costs they're still trying to pick up some of the uncertain leisure travel but not willing to give up business revenues where it might happen

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American Airlines Delays Boeing 737 MAX Once Again

The Journal.

10:54 min | 11 months ago

American Airlines Delays Boeing 737 MAX Once Again

"March. A seven thirty seven Max crashed in Ethiopia killing one hundred fifty seven people and shocking the world Regulators started grounding the plane and within days. The Max was completely out of the air. Boeing began working with authorities to figure out what happened and airlines also had to reckon with the fallout American airline CEO. Doug Parker said the company was ready to work closely with Boeing to get the planes back in the air. Your is your tragic events And what we care about is safety and we will work together as this industry always does to ensure that safety. He's number one focus. But at the same time American Airlines and other carriers needed to figure out how to cope with grounding of the Max while still operating their businesses Mrs it was really something of a scramble for them to figure out what to do. Reporter Alley cider covers the aviation industry industry. They looked at what would be the least disruptive way to cut flights the Max mostly flew between the New York area and Miami. You you know that's where most of the Max's were being used. Obviously Kansas stop flying between the Florida so they had to kind of spread it out and look at their network and look okay. We're flights that we we have multiple frequencies a day where we could cut one. So we're not just ending travel between two cities trimming a couple of frequencies looked at long haul flights where you can cancel one long haul flight instead of a bunch of short flights where you've suddenly inconvenienced a lot of people. At the time of the grounding. You had people who were already scheduled to travel in. Their plans. Had to be sort of offended at the last minute you know. We talked to passengers who were sort of already on vacation. And then they get a call from their airline airline that says actually your flight home has been cancelled. Then we've re booked you and maybe on a flight that's not on the day. He wanted to travel or has a stopover when he wanted to direct act. Can you tell me what all of this flight rescheduling looked like so most of the stuff they do software. A lot of it is automated. And they're still using using that software you know they're not just like using crayons and colored pencils on a big map of the US or the world but there is a lot of thoughts and analysis and expertise expertise that has to go into figuring out. What's the best way or the least inconvenient way to basically redraw so I spoke to Vasu Raja? He works the network planning at American Airlines. And from what you told me there is a lot of late nights like imagining correctly. Like people at the office office really laid and lots of empty pizza boxes and he said yeah pretty much and all. This scrambling wasn't just causing headaches and late nights for the planning team. Once they make a decision about their network is sort of ripples throughout the company there's people on Revenue Management hoped to decide what the availability should be in making sure to keep some mhm seats open so anyone. Who's Max flight got canceled? You know has the place to go. You know they tell everyone. Don't worry you'll get an email if your schedule has been changed but if you're worried about your vacation you're definitely going to call so they have to staff up on customer service and make sure there are people there to answer those calls and explain the situation so it really is this huge logistical challenge talents. That kind of ripples throughout the airline at the time I think there was a sense that could be pretty temporary but that delay would not be temporary as the Federal Aviation Administration investigated. Boeing's Max Fleet. They uncovered more and more safety concerns. I think what initially seem to some some people like it would be a pretty straightforward fixed. That could be done. Relatively quickly started to just take longer and longer as new issues were discovered and just amid a heightened scrutiny by the FAA but also regulators all over the world. You know bullying was saying it was going to provide all this information to regulators to take a look at and that kind of kept getting pushed back again and again and you know the process just kind of kept getting delayed over and over again regulators flagged problems with pilot training emergency safety st procedures and some of the planes software and as the safety inquiry stretched. On for months Boeing's estimate on the Max would return to service kept moving back I Boeing pushed it into the summer of twenty nineteen and then bowing pushed back again until the end of the year. With each month that the Max's return was delayed. American Airlines had to go into scramble mode all over again canceling more flights. They're kind of just on the receiving and here you know all they can do is wait for Boeing and the FAA to work out the process. And there's really not a lot they can do to speed things along and airlines have to make decisions decisions about the Max you know way before they really having clarity about what's going on with the Max. They have to decide over two months like seventy days before her their schedule. That's when they really have to finalize things so they can get their flight attendants in their pilots scheduled beyond that point just gets harder and harder to make changes. So you know. They've had to kind of looking to the future and think. How likely is it that the Max is going to be back? And allie says the ongoing wing uncertainty put Americans growth plans on hold. It wasn't flying the twenty four Max planes. It had and it wouldn't be getting the sixteen more it had ordered for the rest of the year. American patients with Boeing was wearing thin. The airlines have gotten pretty frustrated with the number of delays that they've seen You know I don't want to suggest that they want to rush the process along but I think you know they're just unhappy with the way. Expectations have been managed. And just how long this has gone on. Those mismanaged edged expectations were costing American and it wanted bowing to pay. That's after the break in this episode of the Journal is brought to you by Lincoln jobs. If your New Year's resolutions include growing your business linked in can help Lincoln's symptons Greens candidates for both hard and soft skills. Things like collaboration creativity. Adaptability Lincoln looks beyond the work skills to connect you with the people you want to to hire people with the qualifications. Who can help your business grow? Visit Lincoln Dot Com slash the Journal for fifty dollars off your first job post. That's linked dot com slash the journal terms and conditions apply. Welcome back by the fall. Delays in the safety assessment of the seven thirty seven MACs were piling up and American Airlines was juggling the fallout its pilots were upset because they we're losing money and peak. Holiday travel was on the horizon in an October investor. Call American CEO. Doug Parker expressed his aggravation with Boeing. They believe the F. B. certified in or quarter. It's probably best. It's that information is best case given what we've all seen. Ah over the over the course of this process so we're prostrate bullying American have been in touch throughout the year. You know American American and other airlines have made it clear that they don't believe they should be on the hook financially for this That they're expecting bowing to make them whole James extended grounding her customers or members enter. Cheryl's we're working to ensure that Boeing shareholders bear the cost of Boeing's failures not American Airlines American Airlines basically said they believed the grounding would result in a five hundred and forty million dollar reduction their full year or twenty nineteen and profits. So that's pretty significant and it's like a big step up from what they thought originally like in the first effort their first quarter earnings. They were predicting a three hundred. Fifty million dollar impact so it's been much more expensive than they were anticipating on. That call Parker said that American was in talks with Boeing about compensating. The airline for about five hundred forty million dollar hit and last week. American said it reached a settlement with Boeing for an undisclosed amount but that deal just applies applies to two thousand nineteen and the Max grounding is still ongoing meaning American Airlines is facing more costs twenty twenty. Where does this leave? American Airlines going into twenty twenty so going into two thousand twenty American Airlines has said that getting the Max flying again. It's sort of one of the biggest I think it needs to do to get on track. American is currently planning for the Max to return by June more than a year after the initial grounding but even even if the Max is clear to fly all the headaches and additional costs for American will be far from over for one thing. It'll take weeks of maintenance to get the planes ready to fly I again after they sat on the ground for more than a year. And then there's the issue of flight simulator training. I think the biggest thing in terms of time and money is that recently. It's starting to become more and more likely it sounds stats pilots. Who need to go through some kind of training before? They're allowed to fly the Mexican. Why would it pose such a high cost for American Airlines pilots would need to go through this training so first of all it was unexpected? It's not really budgeted time time for a simulator. It's just in one place so all the pilots have to come from wherever they're based all around the country and spend time in it. Can you describe bribe. What a flight simulator is like? What does it look like? They kind of look like Like in Star Wars those like like robots on skinny long legs that kind of what are they called At yeah that's sort of what they look like. Yeah Yeah I just googled it to me. That's what they look like. I'M GONNA get a lot of trouble with like a lot of people who are really knowledgeable trouble about aviation. Who aren't going to be like? No that's not what they look like so like a full motion flight simulator. They're sophisticated piece of equipment and they're very expensive and the process of getting everyone to wear the simulator is and scheduling them all for time in the simulator. You know it's just a big another logistical challenge. You know after a year. That's been full of challenges. Do you have a sense. That American Airlines is okay with some of this this delay because it's so much needs the restoration of customer confidence. I do think that safety is the highest priority for the airlines. Sort sort of making sure that everyone is confident in the plane is their top priority so they are planning to do a lot you know. There will likely be a period between when regulators liters allowed the plane to fly again and when it enters commercial service. And they're planning to sort of do as much as they can to put

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"doug parker" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

10 10 WINS

02:12 min | 1 year ago

"doug parker" Discussed on 10 10 WINS

"Planes return to service by the end of the year and C. E. O. Doug Parker says that sounds like a reasonable estimate based on conversations with regulators Parker says when the Max is allowed to fly we will be ready and to match that optimism American is already selling flights on Max jets is early as January fifteenth those planes have been grounded worldwide after two crashes in Indonesia and Ethiopia killed three hundred and forty six people Shelly after Washington retail store in Florida asking for help in tracking down big foot police in Florida on the hunt for big foot not a flesh and blood says watch but an eight foot three hundred pound statue of the legendary ape like creature the statue which police say is worth three thousand dollars was stolen from a mattress store in Boynton beach between October six than thirteen but the store didn't realize it was missing because it was buried another large decorations outside for Halloween no surveillance video of the theft but police say they're confident it'll turn up saying it's not exactly the easiest thing to hide correspondent Dave Packard wins news time nine fifty six now Bloomberg moneywatch on ten ten waves you trade worries put stocks on shaky ground as reports said the signing of a partial U. S. China trade deal may be delayed the Dow Jones industrial average posted a fractional loss the S. and P. five hundred added two points the nasdaq composite fell twenty four Qualcomm shares a rallying after the bell after it offered a stronger than predicted forecast for this quarter it's seen as a sign that smartphone demand may be picking up earnings for its most recent quarter beat estimates Altes USA plunge seventeen percent its biggest loss ever the cable TV company which operates is out the moment Suddenlink warned that it will lose customers this quarter Facebook may have been less than forthcoming as it tried to convince the public that it was serious about improving privacy seal court records posted online by NBC portray Facebook executives who were mainly concerned about eliminating competition Bloomberg money watch it twenty six and fifty six past every hour I'm Larry coffee for ten ten when when's news time nine fifty seven.

American Airlines CEO Confident Boeing’s 737 Max Almost Ready

Ben Shapiro

00:23 sec | 1 year ago

American Airlines CEO Confident Boeing’s 737 Max Almost Ready

"American Airlines CEO Doug Parker says his airline is feeling more confident that it's grounded Boeing seven thirty seven MAX jets will be approved for flying soon Boeing expects your safety regulators to approve the planes return to service by year end American is already selling flights on Max jets as early as January fifteenth the aircraft has been grounded worldwide after two crashes killed three hundred forty six

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"doug parker" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"doug parker" Discussed on KOMO

"Some analysts worry bowling's problems could affect the national economy the labor department reported American employers created a hundred twenty eight thousand jobs in October but C. N. B. C. commentator Jim Cramer worries Boeing's issues over the past year it might affect the entire US economy soon he points to the demands of major airlines for Boeing to pay up for the groundings of their Max jets including the C. E. O. of American Doug Parker says apologizing for fifty minutes his behind and I don't know this is a very tough week for for what I regard as America's based company uses all the groundings could potentially cause Boeing billions and that might result in a tightening in the number of aerospace jobs across the country Charlie harder colonial firefighters couple hours to knock down a fire at a Mount Vernon potato farm that's been run by the same family for five generations fire did some heavy damage to the building at Morrison farms where they have their offices and repair and maintenance all their equipment for third generation farmer Derren Morrison says because it happened just as harvest descending they should be able to recover in time to plant again in April our neighbors offer the space we can get some work done but the mover tool so it's gonna take awhile I'm I'm sure we're down for a least a week you know without doing anything and then after that we'll start ramping up on a few things and then take it from there fire investigators will have to determine what started the fire department fire is under investigation for crest for units were damaged or for crest drive in Emerson street this morning no one was hurt but six people have to find somewhere else to stay they sell out of the Seattle Sounders FC is latest MLS Cup rematch against Toronto at she's described as near immediate this call was Ryan Harris tells us there are still tickets available for a premium it's the third MLS Cup in four years for the Sounders all of those matches against Toronto each team with one when he the call in Nicholas Ladera with what turned out to be the game winning goal in the conference finals against LA F. C. it's not just that it's the first MLS Cup Seattle is hosted since the inaugural two thousand nine season for that it's going to be a tough match these fans are rabid and that's why tickets are going for a minimum of two hundred fifty dollars from the brokers if you want good seats you left to pay seven hundred twelve hundred fourteen hundred or nearly seventeen hundred dollars a piece just make sure you get them from a reputable ticket brokers so you don't get scalped by a scalper Ryan Harris promoter who stays away from tolling on highway ninety nine total it starts a week from tomorrow on November night with a good to go past the total cost of box during the overnight hours on weekends it's a dollar fifty during morning rush and up to two twenty five during the afternoon commute vehicles without.

"doug parker" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

WBBM Newsradio

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"doug parker" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio

"Time ten twenty five. Now, WBZ in business news from Bloomberg, and here's a Lisa Parenti, rob. We have come back from deeper losses, but that's something of a surprise when you hear just how deep we still are in the red. The Dow is down three hundred thirty eight points or one and a third percent with the benchmark at twenty five thousand four thirty eight at the open the index was sinking four hundred fifty points. The NASDAQ is lower by one hundred seven points. Also a loss of one and a third percent. The composite at seventy six forty four the SNP losing thirty four points to twenty eight twenty two the Bloomberg WBZ 'em. Chicago index is lower by one and a quarter percent. Stocks are slumping on Wall Street and all around the globe, as the trade war between the world's two largest economies. Takes a toll a Chinese communist party's flagship newspaper published two editorials assailing US moves to curb. A handful of Chinese tech companies the boss of United Airlines says he'll be the first to fly on a Boeing seven thirty-seven max when the plane is again cleared for takeoff CEO. Oscar Munoz says once United gets the go-ahead from regulators. He'll be on the first flight in an effort to calm passenger fears. He says United would never fly an unsafe plain American airline CEO, Doug Parker said in an interview that American is bracing for short-term passenger anxiety about flying on the seven thirty seven max sharp is the losses are for stocks as even worse for oil crude future, slumping.

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 American Airlines expects $350 million hit from Boeing 737 Max 8 grounding

Science Friday

00:54 sec | 1 year ago

American Airlines expects $350 million hit from Boeing 737 Max 8 grounding

"American Airlines says the grounding of all Boeing seven thirty-seven, max planes will likely cost to three hundred fifty million dollars over the course of this year. And here's an yellow Czeslaw reports the company still had record revenues though in the first three months of the year. Ceo Doug, Parker, says American Airlines had revenues of ten point six billion dollars. Despite the max, grounding and other challenges. American Airlines has twenty four max jets and has removed them from its schedule through mid August. That's resulted in about one hundred fifteen daily flight cancellations in the peak summer travel season. Parker says he expects higher oil prices will push up fuel costs by about six hundred fifty million dollars this year. Airlines rushed to order the seven thirty seven max because of its fuel efficiency. But now there's no clear date for when the plane will return to service after two crashes killed three hundred forty

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"doug parker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"doug parker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"Her. She's apologetic. She gets to it. And guess what? The drinks spill drinks landed on Doug Parker. The CEO of American who happened to be on the floor, spilling drinks on someone alone is just mortifying. It's your boss. Yeah. The guy who runs the airline. Yeah. That syllabi racing. But you know, it kinda ended up. Okay. So I'm just texting back and forth as as we read this. My daughter works for American and she says that she's met Doug Parker, and he's a really really nice guy. And that's what Maddy says she says, she was mortified she cleaned up. She went to the back, and he. He actually came back to the back of the plane to make sure she was doing. Okay, said are you? All right. It's okay. It's no big deal. And snapped a photo with her. She on Instagram said, he was a super good sport. And as a matter of fact, then after the flavors who's getting off the plane. He told her that he'd never forget her. Oh. I'm sure that made her feel really nice always getting remember spill drinks when you think of me now. But how embarrassing that he's good? You know, what this is a good way? Good little PR moment to the CEO is nice. Mishap that happens in real life. And you know, he said he went out of her way three times on the flight to make sure she was I really liked that it is for thirteen on WTMJ. It's bucks. It's celtics. It's two games here then off to Boston treading because Nerik from Milwaukee works in Boston NBC sports. She will join us with the Celtics point of view, right after Greg Maddux sports, which is in one minute. Welcome back to ask hassles..

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Flight attendant spills drinks on her airline's CEO

DaveMan

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Flight attendant spills drinks on her airline's CEO

"And in American Airlines flight attendants still has her job after accidentally spilling a drink on the CEO of the airline, Mattie Peter's and the rest of the crew were worn last week that CEO Doug Parker would be joining them on a flight from Phoenix to Dallas the twenty eight year old was offering beverages in first class when someone bumped into her and sent her drink trae flying, spilling drinks all over. For parker. The CEO laughed it off and reassured her. She would

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"doug parker" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:37 min | 1 year ago

"doug parker" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Act. Everyone knew her. Okay. Romanian? And for me. And this was when it says advise on initial contact with more information on her. This was right. When I was breaking right when it happened. So there were pilots in the sky who aircrews who didn't know their CEO had passed. But he really was a pioneer in aviation. He he definitely had a huge inspiration in. I believe that's Doug Parker was a CEO of a JetBlue Airways and how they put their airline together and their customer service model based after south west. Well, it's it's a great model is Keller's they say his fierce competitiveness competitiveness is easy laughs at the tone for the underdog at that time south west is it grew from three planes serving three Texas cities in one thousand nine hundred seventy one today, of course, south west is the country's largest domestic airline with service to about one hundred destinations and forty five year stretch of profitability unrivalled in a volatile industry. Newsradio KFB Sacramento's news, traffic and weather. Two women have.

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American Airlines joins rivals in hiking U.S. baggage fees by five dollars

Atlanta's Morning News

00:24 sec | 2 years ago

American Airlines joins rivals in hiking U.S. baggage fees by five dollars

"American joins, delta and other airlines and hiking baggage fees. But ABC's Chuck's Iverson said. That's not the only change in American if congress cracks down on airline fees American may not let you change non ticket at any price of American. Doug, Parker says his airline would be acting just like sports teams or the opera changing a domestic ticket on the largest airlines typically cost two hundred dollars US carriers collected nearly three billion in change fees.

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American Airlines cuts 2018 profit outlook on higher fuel costs

Politics, Policy, Power and Law

02:14 min | 2 years ago

American Airlines cuts 2018 profit outlook on higher fuel costs

"Baskin Robbins as well as the Donut chain posted quarterly profits that topped Wall. Street forecast does Dunkin donuts comparable store sales rose one point four percent even as Baskin Robbins saw decline of four tenths during the quarter it. Added sixty four new. Dunkin donuts locations in the US higher fuel costs weighed on American. Airlines in the second quarter but the carrier still. Beat Wall Street. Forecasts Bloomberg's John Tucker has the story American Airlines says second quarter profit plunged thirty four and a half, percent, at reducing, the forecast for year earnings the world's biggest airline expects to spend about two billion dollars more on fuel than it did last year CEO Doug Parker call the second. Quarter perhaps Americans Most, challenging since it's. December twenty thirteen merger with US Airways besides higher fuel Americans. Revenue is not growing as fast as its major competitors still earnings came, in four cents a share higher than the average analysts estimate, John, Tucker Bloomberg radio it has. Been a struggle lately but under armor maybe turning things. Around especially in North America in the latest quarter the Baltimore-based athletic, apparel maker, reported revenue. That beat, estimates as, North American sales grew for the first time in a year North. America accounts for about three quarters of Under Armour's overall sales but the company also saw twenty eight percent growth in its, international business Royal Dutch Shell will start at. Twenty, five billion dollars share buyback. Plan the announcement, came after the, Dutch energy company posted second quarter earnings that were a full billion dollars less. Than analysts estimates shell also reported that operating expenses rose and the trading results were lower we talked to shell CEO I think four point seven. Billion dollars I consider that a very solid results if. You decompose with a little bit look at integrated gas up with effect to compared to the same quarter last year are upstream business up. With affect a four capacity the same quarter last year Dunphy business more than thirty percent. Down that, is very much linked to a, very difficult refining, environment very difficult trading, environment ashville coming up a look at Mike, Pompeo's appearance before congress, I'm Pat Carroll this is Bloomberg listen as.

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"doug parker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:18 min | 2 years ago

"doug parker" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Com Have you ever been vacuum packed into a shrunken coach seats wishing the airline CEO had to endure the same discomfort Wall Street Journal travel columnist Scott McCartney asked a couple of these, guys to do it Scott what did you do I. Thought it would be good to talk. To each airline CEO about economy shrinkage in economy is just a topic that, really frustrates travelers, and has is probably the biggest, topic out, there right now on on board airplanes and so I wanted to do it with them in I wanted to see if they. Fit I'm first of all I know a, couple of them are, are rather tall, six, foot three. And I and I wanted, to you know be there with their, knees up against the seat in, front of them and have them justifying what what they've done to travelers. So reached out to the three biggest, airlines American delta and United and delta said yes American said no and then I said but Delta's gonna do it they say oh, we'll do it too and and United declined to to. Do it gave him several opportunities and. And they declined to comment on on why they weren't gonna do it but, the result was, interesting interviews I think with with, both with, Doug Parker of American and it bastion of delta on board airplanes sitting in the seat and and having them explain to the. Travelling public why they've shrunk coach and both, those guys said they're, okay with it, right Yeah In both said, they they do fly in in coach. Seats they did both pledge not to go any, smaller which I thought was. Significant and their attitude is if you want more room by, it they've they've spent a lot of money and work very hard to create by up, opportunities extra legroom coach, seats and now on international flights premium, economy which is both extra legroom and a and a wider seat and and and better service really sort of more like what business class once upon a time used to. Be and and then of course the business class cabin in front which have gotten fancier and fancier life, flatbeds and and now even sort of individual suites in business. Class so that's their strategy travelers complained that they've made, coach basic coach so unappealing and they're forcing you to buy up. Man their attitude, is you, know if you want a bigger, apartment you're going to pay a higher. Rent. Wow We're speaking with Wall Street Journal travel columnist Scott McCartney he's, written a piece entitled when airline CEO's try the cheap seats. And he got a couple of CEOs to sit in those skimpy. Little seats in an interview of that way but the. Eating get him, on a, flight relegates six hour flight with, a person sitting on either side of. Them Part of that was, my Kuwait I didn't I didn't wanna do it, on a plate because they're just too many distractions, appointed noisy, when I interviewed people on board airplanes I have a hard time. Hearing them sometimes it's more difficult to do an, interview when you have a bunch. Of strangers sitting around listening in I wanted to have a good conversation with these. Guys and it was also the. Logistics of ood like I'm not, going.

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"doug parker" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"doug parker" Discussed on KTRH

"Forty. KTAR h Thanks for being with us welcome into Friday eve have you, ever been vacuum packed into a shrunken coach seat wishing the airline's CEO had to endure. The same discomfort Wall Street Journal travel columnist Scott McCartney asked a couple of them to do it Scott which do I thought it would. Be good to talk to each airline CEO about economy the shrinkage. In is the topic that really frustrates. Travelers and has is probably the biggest topic out there right now on on. Board airplanes and so I wanted to do it with, them in, the seat I wanted to see if they fit I'm first of all I know a couple of them are are rather tall. They're six foot three and I and I, wanted to you know, be, there with their knees up against the, seat in front of them and have them justify what what they've done to travelers so reached out to the three biggest airlines American delta and United And delta said yes American said no, and then I said but Delta's going to do, it, and they say oh. We'll do it too and in the United declined to to do it gave him several opportunities and and they declined to comment on on why they. Weren't gonna do it but the. Result was interesting interviews I think what's with both with Doug Parker of American and at bastion of delta on board airplanes sitting in the seat and and having them explain to the travelling public WI they've Strunk coach and both those guys said. They're? Okay with it, right Yeah In both said, they they do fly in in coach. Seats they did both pledge not to go any, smaller which I thought was. Significant and their attitude is if you want more room by, it they've they've spent a lot of money and work very hard to create.

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"doug parker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

WTMJ 620

02:19 min | 2 years ago

"doug parker" Discussed on WTMJ 620

"American said no and then I said but Delta's going to do it and they said oh we'll dirt to and and the United. Declined to to do it gave him several opportunities and and they declined to comment on on why they weren't gonna do it but the result was interesting interview with with both with Doug Parker of American and at bastion of delta on board airplanes sitting in the seat and and Having them explain to the travelling public why they shrunk coach and both those guys said they're okay with it right Yeah and in both they do fly in in coach seats, they did both pledge not to go any smaller significant and their attitude is if, you want more room by it they spent a lot, of money and work very hard to create by up opportunities extra legroom seats and now on international flights premium economy which is both extra legroom in a in a wider. Seat and and and, better service really sort of more like what business class once upon a time used to be and then of course the business class cabin. In front with have gotten fancier and fancier lie flat, beds and. Now even sort of individual suites in business class so that's. Their strategy travelers, complain that, they made coach basic coach so, unappealing that and they're forcing you to, buy up man their. Attitude is you know if you want a bigger apartment You're gonna pay higher rent we're speaking. With Wall Street Journal, travel columnist Scott McCartney he's written a piece entitled when airline CEO's try the cheap seats and he got a couple of CEO's to sit. In those skimpy little seats and then interviewed of that way but. The eating get them on a flight right like a six. Hour flight with, a person, sitting on either side of them Mike was Kuwait I. Didn't? I didn't wanna do it on a quite because there's just too many distractions When I interviewed people on board airplanes I have a hard time hearing them sometimes it's, more difficult to do an interview when you have a. Bunch of strangers sitting around. With Ning in I I wanted to have a good conversation with these guys It was also the logistics of ood.

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"doug parker" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"doug parker" Discussed on AP News

"The swedish pop group abbas recorded new material for the first time in thirty five years the group on instagram said they've recorded two new songs including one called i still have faith in you they went on to say that while the members were reuniting to plan a virtual tour featuring digital avatars they then decided to go back into the studio and record some new music i track will be performed by holograms of the group which look how they looked in the late seventy s and it'll be part of a tv special broadcast by the bbc and nbc in december the ceo of the world's biggest airline warns that higher fares are coming american airline ceo doug parker says rising fuel costs are eating into profits fuel is the airline's second biggest expense after labor so when it rises so does the cost of providing air travel american blamed higher fuel prices for a forty five percent drop in firstquarter profits to one hundred eighty six million dollars parker said he doesn't think fares will rise fast enough to have much affect on the demand for travel which has been strong americans replaced many of its fuel guzzling older planes with new more efficient jets over the last several years construction workers in iran may have unearthed the mummified remains of the shah of iran father the gauze wrapped body is triggered intense speculation and it's revived discussion of iran's dynastic passed a mob demolished raise the shah's tomb shortly after the nineteen seventy nine revolution and the family lives in exile raise the shah's grandson the us based exiled crown prince raise apollo v has tweeted that he believes the remains to be those of his grandfather even as ron waits for forensic experts to determine whose body they found authorities say they'll need to conduct dna tests to confirm whose body it is state television has yet to report on the fight likely because of restrictions on discussing the paula vs thank you.

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"doug parker" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

KUGN 590 AM

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"doug parker" Discussed on KUGN 590 AM

"To borrow to new york and back again a delta about once every hour and a half a united almost as frequently so and you get right down to it there's about thirty five flights a day they'd go from new york to los angeles and the same disaster tisco wareham rally again with nine that's a good sign with your time for the economy bright i'll tell you i was reading over that we can't i was reading an article about american airlines you know that they're now making mandatory at training do you have to do it if you work for american you have to take conflict resolution classes is it because of all the problems going on on the airlines david dow gained droid drug off the air play last year at all these different hours the united razi it was like something was that have already been taking always be mandatory if you're working with tons of people every day who are going to be stuck in a small area for hours shouldn't you know how to resolve conflict one of the things that people will be them the employees in american will be hubbing about today the fellow who's the chairman now's name is doug parker used to run us air he was a former american employee and went out and is always wanted to be the major domo of a major airline and now he's running the largest he was able to create creator the figure out how a small airline leg us air could take over american when they went bankrupt and so he has taken he's foregone a salary and he's taking stock bonuses based on what he got when he was chairman of us air and so last week he cashed in eighty million dollars where the stock for his pay for last year and americans made a lot of money and so are all the other airlines make a lot of money and here's how they do it one of the ways that.

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