Schedule Changes To American Airlines Flights From CLT Airport Due To COVID-19

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — American Airlines have announced multiple schedule changes due to COVID-19 that will affect some flights out of the Charlotte Douglas International Airport.

According to a news release, the airline made this decision after a decrease in travel demand due to the virus.

CLT airport will have schedule changes for flights going to Barcelona, Spain; Rome, Italy; Munich and Frankfurt, Germany.

The flights to Barcelona are suspended starting May 7 until June 3 while flights to Rome are suspended from March 28 until June 3. Both locations will see a resumption of service starting June 4.

Both flight locations in Germany have been suspended from March 13 until May 6. Service is expected to resume service on May 7.

This is apart of the reduction of international capacity for the summer peak by 10% versus the previous selling schedule which includes a 55% reduction in Trans-Pacific capacity.

In addition, American Airlines plans to reduce domestic capacity in April by 7.5% compared to the current schedule.

The airline has also provided customers with an offer to waive change fees for customers who purchased tickets prior to March 1 for travel through April 30. For more information on the waivers, click HERE.

Along with the CLT airport there are schedule changes at the Los Angeles, Dallas-Fort Worth, Philadelphia, Chicago, New York and Miami airports. To see these changes, click HERE.