American Airlines lost $50 million from flights canceled due to last month’s Hurricane Florence, the carrier reported Tuesday.
American canceled a total of about 2,100 flights throughout the Carolinas and neighboring states as Hurricane Florence brought high winds and a deluge of rain to the region.
American said it’s revenues fell $55 million due to the cancellations, a decline that was offset in part by $5 million in costs the carrier saved from operating fewer departures.
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