American Airlines Will Stop Operating in This New York City – NBC New York

The pilot shortage has prompted American Airlines to end services starting in September at some airports in Iowa, New York and Ohio, the company announced.

The services, according to a company statement to NBC News on Wednesday, they will cease on September 7 at the Dubuque Regional Airport in Iowa; Long Island MacArthur Airport and Ithaca Tompkins International Airport, which are in New York; and the Eugene F. Kranz Toledo Express Airport in Ohio.

The “regional pilot shortage affecting the airline industry” was cited in a statement by American Airlines as the reason behind the “difficult decision” to cut ties with the four airports.

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