American Airlines reported a 2019 first-quarter net profit of $237 million, down 23%. Strong passenger demand drove a 1.8% year-over-year increase 1Q total revenue, to a first-quarter record $10.6 billion.  The Boeing 737 MAX grounding is projected to cost Dallas/Fort Worth-based American about $350 million in full-year income, assuming its current plan to have the aircraft back in revenue service by Aug. 19 holds, the carrier reported. The loss of its 24 737-8s following ...

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