FORT WORTH, Texas (WOOD) — American Airways is reportedly scrambling to repair a scheduling glitch that’s left hundreds of flights with out pilots through the busy vacation journey season.
CNBC stories the scheduling system allowed too many pilots to take days off across the holidays.
A spokesman for American Airways tells CNBC that the corporate providing time-and-a-half pay to pilots who will fill the vacant spots over the subsequent month.
CNBC says an organization memo to pilots signifies the scheduling drawback might have an effect on flights at a few of American Airways’ main hubs, together with airports in Chicago, New York, Miami and the Dallas-Fort Value space. It’s unclear if West Michigan’s Gerald R. Ford Worldwide Airport can be affected.
The Allied Pilots Affiliation, a union which represents hundreds of American Airways pilots, informed CNBC the airline notified them about the issue Friday.