American Airlines expects a full rebound of business travel revenue to 2019 levels on a monthly basis by the end of 2022, according to Robert Isom, president, speaking on a third quarter earnings call. He said that in his speaking regularly to top corporate customers, almost all have resumed domestic US business travel, to some extent. As companies return to the office and lift travel restrictions, he said, the carrier sees continued growth in corporate travel, with industrials, health care and professional services continuing to lead the recovery. Isom said long-haul international travel, particularly long-haul business travel, while the slowest to return, is starting to come back. Right now, almost two-thirds of corporate customers, he said, are traveling internationally, at least for essential business. And, said Isom, the airline expects international travel to improve significantly with the easing of cross-border requirements. American’s loyalty program, AAdvantage, he said, enjoyed new member acquisition in the third quarter, exceeding 2019 levels despite the airline’s flying a significantly smaller schedule.