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American Airlines Group Inc. (NASDAQ: AAL) Securities Fraud Class Action

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COMPANY       American Airlines Group Inc.
COURT United States District Court for the Northern District of Texas
CASE NUMBER 24-cv-00673
JUDGE The Hon. Terry R. Means
CLASS PERIOD  January 25, 2024 through May 28, 2024


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Case Background:
The Class Period begins on January 25, 2024, when Defendants held an earnings call during which CEO, President, and Director Robert D. Isom provided the following outlook for fiscal year 2024: “Over the past year, we have made changes to our distribution strategy to give customers direct improved access to our best products and enable American to provide better customer service to the individual traveler. We're very encouraged by the results.” 

The complaint alleges that, throughout the Class Period, Defendants made false and misleading statements regarding American Airlines’s new sales and distribution strategy to reduce internal expenses while simultaneously driving a significant demand increase for American Airlines’s services. The complaint further alleges that these statements misrepresented the true state of American Airlines, and that American Airlines was simultaneously concealing material adverse facts including, notably, that American Airlines’ s sales and distribution strategy was not driving projected revenue.

On May 28, 2024, after the market closed, American Airlines announced that its CCO was departing, and disclosed that the company was lowering its guidance. In an industry conference the following day, May 29, 2024, American Airlines’s CEO stated that the company’s “expectation for domestic performance has worsened materially since [it] provided guidance in April,” and that the revision “is largely due to a softer domestic environment than [the company was] expecting and [its] performance within that environment.”

On this news, American Airlines’s stock price fell $1.82, or 13.5%, to close at $11.62 per share on May 29, 2024. 

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