(Every thing from here to "round-trip ticket" is copied from a Cranky Flyer column.) American Cuts Europe Again and Much More It’s a dark cloud descending over the Atlantic for American. London sees further cuts between December 1 and January 5 with Charlotte, Chicago, and JFK all being suspended. That leaves only a single daily flight from DFW to both London and Frankfurt as the airline’s entire European network!!!!! The cuts on flagship routes go even further. In the first half of December, American will now only operate a single daily flight between JFK and LA. While we’re on the topic of December cuts, American has extended its suspension of the small city routes it first cut in October. The cuts don’t stop there. Saturday-only service from Boston to Grand Cayman, Montego Bay, Nassua, and Punta Cana has been removed from the schedule. JFK also won’t have its Saturday service to Grand Cayman, Punta Cana, St Kitts, and St Maarten nor will LaGuardia have its Nassau flights. I'm retired and I am feeling insecure (for all my coworkers still there). Removing routes and flights means removal of flight crews at some point. American has never been real strong on the concept of paying pilots and flight attendants to get paid for not flying. Just FYI... I saw an article in the Dallas Morning News that said airlines are starting to get cancellation calls from Thanksgiving travelers. My nephew just traveled on AA from SEA to DFW to BHM on a $400 round-trip ticket. That doesn't buy much gas.