American, which has been more aggressive than most of its competitors in adding flights back for summer vacation season, filled 45% of its seats in May and nearly two-thirds of its seats in June as coronavirus cases eased and more states reopened their economies, Parker said. That compares with 15% in April. This month, bookings are down “markedly” as travelers opt not to travel due to quarantines and closed businesses, the airline says. Net bookings are currently down 75% to 85% from a year ago, compared with year-over-year declines of 35% to 40% in some Sun Belt markets after they reopened. Net bookings are new bookings minus trip cancellations.Dawn Gilbertson (USA Today)