American airlines cuts flight to South America because of COVID-19

American Airlines Co has said that it will reduce flights to some destinations in South America because the COVID-19 pandemic has reduced demand. 

The U.S. airline said it was suspending service to Manaus, Brazil, from Miami until Nov. 2 and delaying the start of service from New York to Santiago until July 2, instead of the planned May 7 start. It will also reduce the frequency of flights to Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo in Brazil, and to Lima from some U.S. airports. 

American Airlines cited “reduced customer demand related to COVID-19,” spokesman Brian Metham said. 

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