The travel industry is facing an existential crisis.
The economy has been slow to recover from the financial crisis and the world’s financial crisis, but it is on the verge of a return, thanks to airlines.
Many major airlines are seeing a huge surge in demand and they are eager to make sure their passengers get a good experience.
A major airlines survey released Monday found that airlines are expecting to lose more than $2 trillion in revenue over the next decade.
The airlines are betting that people will get sicker and more frequent travel will become impossible.
The industry has long seen its popularity plummet after the financial crises, but this time the outlook looks bleak.
The American Airlines survey shows that the number of passengers who plan to fly will decrease by 30 percent from 2015 to 2035.
And the number who plan on flying every week will decrease from more than 2 million in 2015 to less than 1 million by 2035, according to the survey.
The decline in the number flying per week will make it difficult for American to make good on its $3.6 trillion capital expenditures in the next 10 years.
For American, the outlook is bleak because the company’s share price is down more than 8 percent this year, and the company is struggling to keep its planes in service and pay down its debt.
American also has a $2.5 billion in debt.
Airlines have been forced to cut back on service because of high fuel costs and a falling number of flights.
American has had to slash fares for some of its frequent flyers and limit how many times they can change planes, but those measures have not worked and the airline is in danger of defaulting on its debt, according a statement from American.
American is also facing stiff competition from American Eagle, a rival to American, which is also seeing a big drop in demand.
American is looking to sell some of the American aircraft it currently flies to foreign carriers.
American also is looking at selling a few of its other planes, including a Boeing 737 and a Boeing 787 Dreamliner, but its stock is down significantly.
According to the report, American is already struggling to compete with American Eagle and other carriers in the global airline industry.
American, for example, is losing $3 billion a year on revenue from its corporate jets and is facing a $4 billion loss in 2019 on revenue of $3 million.
On Monday, American announced that it would sell more than 30% of its business to Chinese airline Air China.
And the report said American will be selling more than 1,000 of its planes to British Airways.
As a result of the changes in the economy, American will have to trim the number on which it flies.
According to the analysis, the airline expects to cut its overall fleet to about 3,500 planes, and reduce its flights to less then 1,500.
American said it will cut the number it flies from more then 5,000 planes in 2020 to about 4,500 by 2027.
Other airlines are looking at cutting back on their flights as well.
Boeing is cutting back its flights by more than 40 percent in 2019 and its stock has fallen more than 15 percent since last year.
It also is planning to cut the total number of jets it flies to 1,400, and is planning on selling only its 787 to foreign airlines.
This is the first time American has acknowledged the problems the airline industry is having.
In a statement, the company said it had been “very clear” about its financial condition, and that it had taken actions to reduce costs.
American did not respond to a request for comment on the results of the survey, but the company has said it is “fully prepared” for a downturn in the airline business.
But American, while looking to cut costs, has also been trying to expand its business in new ways.
In September, it announced it was buying the luxury travel and vacation business of the popular French hotel chain La Marque.
And it plans to open a new business, the first ever American-branded hotel, in Singapore.
American has been investing in the aviation industry for years.
It purchased the United Air Lines in 2015, and it recently bought a 50 percent stake in the United Airlines Group.
Earlier this year the company announced it would buy an aviation-related startup called Lufthansa, a German airline that had struggled with poor performance in the years after the airline was bought by Airbus.
“Our goal is to build a truly global, low-cost airline with a strong commitment to delivering innovative new routes, services and products, and a proven track record of delivering long-term profitability to our shareholders,” American CEO Richard Anderson said in a statement.
“As we continue to work with a number of partners to achieve these goals, we’re excited about the opportunities and opportunities ahead.”