American Airlines Halts New Terminal Build for Indefinite Time

American Airlines | July 22, 2020

American Airlines Halts New Terminal Build for Indefinite Time
American Airlines has postponed its plans for a new terminal at its Dallas Fort Worth hub. The airline had announced the US$3 billion build last year with a planned 2025 opening date. However, times have changed. American Airlines has confirmed the new terminal build is paused indefinitely.
On Tuesday, chief financial officer Christopher Poinsatte said the new terminal, referred to as Terminal F, was delayed. He did not specify a time frame, rather used the word “indefinitely”. The CFO was speaking at an investor presentation.

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Airways Aviation Academy was exhibiting at the Pilot Careers Live event in London Heathrow Airport on the 6th fo April 2019. It was a great opportunity to meet aspiring pilots. Looking forward to inviting you all for an OPEN DAY at the academy.