The Street has an interesting summary of the airline investor conference that took place on Monday. Regarding AA’s new livery, CEO Doug Parker mentioned that no decision has been made on the livery for the new airline. “Most of our customers don’t care what the outside of the airplane looks like,” Parker said. “It doesn’t affect their purchase decisions. (But) it’s really important to employees, who care a lot about it, and I care about that.” “We’ll take some time and talk to people and put that on the list of a number of things we have to figure out,” he said. Parker also mentioned that he received important advice from Delta’s CEO, Richard Anderson, regarding “taking the larger airline’s systems and processes and overlaying those on the smaller airline”. Parker noted that he’d like to avoid the meltdown that occurred when America West’s Shares reservations system was selected over US Airways’ Sabre system. Check out the full article here.
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