The looming threat of Tropical Storm Barry, which was churning toward the U.S. on Thursday, has prompted several U.S. airlines to offer travel waivers to people flying into or through airports situated near the Gulf coast.
American Airlines canceled 3.5 percent of its schedule in June, the highest among the top domestic carriers.
The Dallas-based carrier expects unit revenue to now rise as much as 4 percent.
The Atlanta-based carrier flew nearly 698,000 people on June 21st, a single-day record.
United Airlines joined American Airlines and Southwest Airlines in cancelling flights through Labor Day as a result of the Max grounding.
Boeing leads Airbus in new orders at the Paris Airshow, but the Max fleet remains grounded.
The jet could create new opportunities for markets where demand for international travel is not as robust.
Southwest Airlines on Thursday said its decided to pull the grounded Boeing 737 Max from its schedule through the beginning of September.
American Airlines raised the price of domestic flights by $5, while Southwest increased costs by 48 percent, according to JPMorgan Chase's Jamie Baker.
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