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Yet another small cruise line has shut down in the wake of pandemic struggles

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One of America's most beloved cruise operators, American Queen Voyages , has shut down.

The U.S. river cruise specialist, known for operating the iconic Mississippi River paddlewheeler American Queen , ceased operations on Tuesday; it blamed ongoing financial troubles related to the COVID-19 pandemic.

"Despite great efforts by our team, crew and partners, American Queen Voyages (AQV) unfortunately has been unable to rebound from the effects of the pandemic," the company said in a statement posted on a web page it set up to explain the shutdown.

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"The overnight cruise industry was especially affected by changes in travel preferences and, as a result, AQV has become financially unsustainable," the company added.

In a letter to employees on Tuesday, the line said their positions would be terminated at 5 p.m. local time at all locations where the company operated, and the action was expected to be permanent.

All sailings on the three riverboats that the company had scheduled to operate this year — American Queen, American Countess and American Duchess — have been canceled.

Cruise lines hurt by the pandemic

American Queen Voyages is just the latest in a string of more than a dozen small cruise operators around the world to shut down since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020.

The American Queen Voyages shutdown comes just eight months after small-ship rival Vantage Deluxe World Travel collapsed , blaming pandemic-related financial woes.

Other cruise brands that have shut down over the past four years include luxury line Crystal and its two Asia-based sister brands, Dream Cruises and Star Cruises; Japan-based Venus Cruises; India-based Jalesh Cruises; Swedish-based Birka Cruises; U.S.-based small-ship specialist Blount Small Ship Adventures; and U.K.-based Cruise & Maritime Voyages. Almost all cited the financial effects of the pandemic.

Cruise & Maritime Voyages was the second-largest cruise brand in the U.K. before collapsing in July 2020 .

Germany-based FTI Cruises and Spain-based Pullmantur Cruises also ceased operations during the pandemic. Pullmantur, which was partly owned by Royal Caribbean Group (the parent company of Royal Caribbean ), was the first cruise company to collapse during the pandemic , just three months after cruise ships stopped sailing in 2020.

Caribbean-focused Sail Windjammer also shut down in 2021. It operated a historic sailing vessel once owned by the American financier E. F. Hutton and his wife, Marjorie Merriweather Post.

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Of all these brands, luxury line Crystal is the only one that was able to restart operations. Crystal resumed operations in July under new owners, the high-end travel company A&K Travel Group.

All major cruise lines around the world paused sailings for many months at the start of the pandemic and only slowly returned to normal operations . This resulted in enormous quarterly losses that only recently have begun to moderate. The brands that have stayed in business have been forced to take on massive amounts of debt to survive .

American Queen Voyages promises refunds

In an online statement, American Queen Voyages said customers who had paid for future cruises should expect a full refund through its insurance company, Argo Surety. The refunds will not come from American Queen Voyages, as the brand is filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, it said.

The company directed customers to fill out a claim form and submit proof of payments to American Queen Voyages at a new web page that it had set up for the process, aqrefunds.com . The process will be somewhat convoluted, as American Queen Voyages will at first deny the claim due to its bankruptcy filing. That, in turn, will generate a denial letter that customers can use to subsequently file a claim with the insurance company.

In an online statement, American Queen Voyages expressed gratitude "for the privilege of serving our guests, partners and agents, and for being part of our incredible local communities" over the years.

"It has been an honor to bring joy to so many lives, and we are deeply touched by the relationships we have formed and the memorable experiences we have created," the company said. "We sincerely regret any inconvenience this decision causes. Our goal is to ensure a smooth process for all AQV stakeholders."

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What to know about American Airlines' new policy changes: Checked bag fees, luggage size, earning loyalty points and miles

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Delta made waves last year in announcing sweeping policy changes to its loyalty program , and now American Airlines has followed suit with changes of its own that will impact how travelers earn frequent-flyer points, as well as how much they pay for checked bags.

On Tuesday, the Fort Worth, Texas-based carrier announced increased costs for checked bags both online and at the airport.

In a push to get more flyers to book directly with American Airlines, the carrier is also "[updating] the way customers earn AAdvantage miles and Loyalty Points on flights, depending on where they book."

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Vasu Raja, American's chief commercial officer, said in a statement that "the best fares" will come when booking directly with the airline, adding that the shift in policy will be most rewarding for members of its AAdvantage program.

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Previously, a passenger's first checked bag on domestic flights cost $30. The airline has now raised that fee to $35 when purchased online, or $40 when purchased at the airport. A second checked item will cost $45, another $5 increase, both online and at the airport.

The changes will go into affect for flights booked on or after Feb. 20 for travel within the U.S., Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean .

There are a few exceptions: Passengers with status in the AAdvantage loyalty program, those who use an American-branded credit card, and those who buy a premium-class ticket will continue to receive complimentary bags on domestic and international flights.

American also offers complimentary bags to active-duty U.S. military personnel on all American flights.

The airline last raised its bag fees in 2018.

American Airlines lowers fees for oversize, overweight checked bags

In a bright spot for American customers, the airline has introduced its lowest fee ever for checked items that are only a few pounds heavier or a few inches larger than a standard bag, which the airline said can "result in savings of more than $350 for some customers."

American will also reduce the oversize checked baggage limit to 115 linear inches.

For bags over the weight limit between 50-53 pounds, the new fee will be $30, and overweight bags between 53-70 pounds will be charged a fee of $100 to $200. Bags weighing between 70-100 pounds will still be charged $450.

For bags that are over the size limit, between 62-65 linear inches, passengers will be charged a new fee of $30, with bags between 65-115 linear inches charged $150 to $200.

Previously, customers were charged $100 to $200 extra for overweight bags between 50-70 pounds, and all oversize bags between 62-126 linear inches were charged an extra $150 to $200.

Additionally, bags that are both oversized and overweight will now be charged a single fee, rather than two separate fees, ranging from $30 to $450, depending on size and weight.

The lower costs and simpler fee structure for oversize and overweight checked items will go into effect for travel on or after April 17.

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Additionally, the airline has said it will no longer allow javelins, pole vaults or hang gliders to be checked starting April 17.

American Airlines updates how flyers earn AAdvantage miles, loyalty points

American is also updating the way customers can earn AAdvantage miles and Loyalty Points on flights, which is contingent upon where they book, "starting with tickets issued on May 1, 2024."

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In order to earn points in the AAdvantage loyalty program, American Airlines said most customers will be required to purchase tickets directly from the airline or its eligible partner carriers. Additionally, Basic Economy fare tickets will only earn points when the flight is booked directly with American or its eligible partners.

Customers can book travel anywhere as an AAdvantage Business member or contracted corporate traveler to keep earning points and miles. Corporate travelers won't be affected by this change, the airline stated.

American said it will share a list of eligible preferred agencies on aa.com in late April, for customers who wish to book through those travel agencies to earn miles and points.

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Certain AAdvantage members and credit card holders will still receive important benefits, such as complimentary bags on American Airlines flights.

AAdvantage members who book directly with the airline will also receive benefits like same-day standby and Trip Credit for canceled flights.

The airline said that booking directly will also help loyalty members reach AAdvantage status and unlock rewards faster.

Finally, for tickets purchased on or after Feb. 20, the pet-in-cabin fee will be $150.

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American Airlines Is Changing Its Rewards Policy. Here’s What to Know

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C ollecting miles and loyalty points with American Airlines will soon become somewhat harder, with the carrier announcing on Tuesday changes to its AAdvantage rewards program that limit how customers can earn frequent-flyer points.

“We want to make it more convenient for customers to enjoy the value and magic of travel,” American Airlines’ chief commercial officer Vasu Raja said in a statement. “Not only does booking directly with American provide the best possible experience, it's also where we offer the best fares and it's most rewarding for our AAdvantage members.”

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The carrier said in a press release Tuesday that tickets issued from May 1 onwards will be subject to the new policy. Here’s what to know: 

How do you keep earning points?

Starting in May, most customers will only be eligible for AAdvantage miles and Loyalty Points if they book directly with American Airlines and eligible partner airlines, or through “preferred travel agencies,” which the airline said it will reveal in a list in late April. 

Those buying basic economy tickets will face even more restrictions, only being able to earn miles by booking directly with American Airlines or partner operators.

But the update in the rewards program will not affect AAdvantage Business members or contracted corporate travelers, who remain eligible for miles and points no matter where they book their tickets.

Meanwhile, AAdvantage members can also continue earning miles and points while shopping, booking hotels, and registering for events through partner platforms.

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This is not the first time American Airlines has made changes to its loyalty program. Last year, the carrier raised the threshold for its members to attain the Gold status, which promises perks like selective free upgrades.

Changes to checked baggage fees

American Airlines has also raised fees of checking in a bag on domestic flights to $35 when purchased online—up from $30 previously—or $40 when purchased at the airport. A second checked bag will cost $45, up from $40 previously. The new prices will apply to tickets booked on or after Feb. 20.

This is the first time in more than five years that American Airlines has adjusted its bag fees—and comes amid yearslong price adjustments by other airlines. In January, Alaska Airlines increased the fee for passengers’ first checked bag to $35 from $30. Bag-check fees have been rising across various airlines over the past few years, with a wave of bag fees increases in 2018, including JetBlue Airways, Air Canada, and WestJet, which all deciding to charge $30 for checked bags. Jetblue further raised its fee to $35  from $30 in 2020.

Major U.S. airlines made a total revenue of $7 billion in baggage fees in 2022, according to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics. Fees like these  became the subject of a Senate panel investigation in November amid complaints that customers are often blindsided by these costs during the purchasing process.

American Airlines said its new changes are partly being driven by rising costs. 

“Fuel has gone up quite a bit. That’s a big component of our costs when we’re carrying bags,” Scott Chandler, American Airlines’ vice president of revenue management, told USA Today .

The changes will not affect AAdvantage members and American Airlines credit card holders, who get complimentary checked bags. Customers who purchase premium cabins and active-duty U.S. military personnel will also remain eligible for free checked bags.

American Airlines’ calculation of extra charges for overweight baggage is also changing. The latest changes introduce a $30 fee for bags that are up to 3 lbs or 3 inches over the limit. Anything more, and the existing charges, which start at $100, will kick in. 

The carrier is also capping its oversized baggage limit to 115 linear inches, as well as banning items like javelins, pole vaults, and hang gliders from April 17 onwards.

As for travelers bringing their pets, carry-on pet fees for tickets purchased on or after Feb. 20 have been raised to $150 per kennel , up from $125.

Why all the changes?

The adjustments to American Airlines’ rewards criteria come as airlines push for direct sales to customers, instead of relying on travel agents who are typically paid a commission. About 60% of American Airlines’ ticket sales are currently made directly through the airline, Chandler told ABC News.

Meanwhile, the price adjustments come as U.S. carriers cope with falling domestic airfares , which are in the next few months expected to sink lower than pre-pandemic levels.

In January, American Airlines also announced changes to boost sign-ups to its loyalty program, by restricting benefits, such as access to premium lounges and the ability to put flights on hold for up to 24 hours, American AAdvantage members only.

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American Airlines is raising bag fees and changing how customers earn frequent-flyer points

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DALLAS – American Airlines is raising the cost of checking bags and it is making other changes to push customers to buy tickets directly from the airline if they want to earn frequent-flyer points.

The airline said Tuesday that checking a bag on a domestic flight will rise from $30 now to $35 online and $40 if purchased at the airport. The fee for a second checked bag will rise from $40 to $45 both online and at the airport.

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American last raised bag fees in 2018.

American, based in Fort Worth, Texas, introduced bag fees in 2008 — $15 back then — to cope with the rising cost of jet fuel. Since then, they have become a steady revenue source for most major U.S. carriers. American easily led the industry by raising $1.4 billion in bag fees in 2022, the last year for which U.S. Transportation Department figures are available.

The airline is also raising bag fees by $5 for short international flights including those to Canada, Mexico and the Caribbean — now $35 for the first bag and $45 for the second.

The airline will generally allow customers to check at least one bag free if they hold elite status in American's loyalty program, buy a premium-class ticket or use an American-branded credit card.

In January, Alaska Airlines raised its checked-bag fees for most economy passengers from $30 to $35 for a first bag and from $40 to $45 for a second. JetBlue followed this month, raising its fees to $35 and $50.

“Airlines tend to move in herds, so when Alaska recently announced they would be upping their bag fee to $35, there was little doubt other airlines would soon follow,” said Scott Keyes, founder of the travel site Going. “It’s unlikely American will be the last.”

Keyes noted that American's decision to charge customers more if they pay bag fees at the airport instead of when they buy their ticket mimics a tactic used by budget airlines such as Spirit and Frontier.

American will give a break to customers whose bags are slightly overweight or oversized. Instead of being hit with the full extra fee — ranging from $100 to $650 — graduated fees will start at $30 for bags that are no more than 3 pounds (1.36 kg) or three linear inches over the limits.

And it is cutting the cost of transferring points between frequent-flyer accounts.

At the same time, American announced that starting with tickets issued on May 1, customers will have to buy tickets directly from the airline or its partner carriers or from preferred online travel agencies if they want to earn points in its AAdvantage loyalty program. The airline said it will list the preferred travel agencies in late April. Corporate travelers won’t be affected.

About 60% of American's ticket sales are already made directly through the airline, said Scott Chandler, vice president of revenue management.

The changes are part of a long shift by airlines away from using travel agents — and paying them commissions — and bringing ticket sales in-house.

“The old way of booking a ticket relied on agents having a ton of experience and understanding product attributes,” Chandler said in an interview. “The old technology doesn't let us explain things very well, and it is a little more confusing for customers when we introduce new products.”

Chandler likened it to the way that Amazon.com explains features that it sells on the site.

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  23. Yet another small cruise line has shut down in the wake of pandemic

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  24. What to know about American Airlines' new policy changes: Checked bag

    American Airlines lowers fees for oversize, overweight checked bags. In a bright spot for American customers, the airline has introduced its lowest fee ever for checked items that are only a few pounds heavier or a few inches larger than a standard bag, which the airline said can "result in savings of more than $350 for some customers."

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