Brian Znotins, Vice President of Network and Schedule Planning at American Airlines, explains how airlines publish and adjust flight schedules on American’s vodcast for employees.
Interesting. Thanks for the link. That seems to explain why Swiss Air is always goofing up my seat reservation by changing planes several times between the time I book and the actual flight. They must not know which aircraft they’ll have available until it gets closer to the flight date. They change from a boeing to an airbus or an airbus to a boeing, which have different seat configurations.
Thanks for sharing that. It puts some information behind what I'd observed anecdotally—That while some airlines change schedules a number of times prior to 'locking them in', on AA I usually only see one change, a few months out.
Interesting. Thanks foe sharing this.
Yes, Dave, add my thanks for posting this. It does provide some insight into why flights change/cancel/swap equipment.