American Airlines yesterday began specifying the services it is cutting following last week's announcement that 40-45 mainline aircraft and 35-40 regional aircraft will be parked this year in an effort to cope with "an extraordinarily difficult environment" characterized by "skyrocketing fuel prices and a softening economy" (ATWOnline, May 22). Services to be discontinued include New York JFK-London Stansted from July 2, Chicago O'Hare-Buenos Aires from Sept. 3, Boston-San Diego from Sept. 3 ...

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