American Airlines said its July flight schedule would offer 55% of the domestic flights that it flew in July 2019 and 20% of the international flights it offered a year ago. In total, next month will see the carrier at 40% of July 2019 levels. Vasua Raja, senior vice president of network strategy, said American is seeing a slow but steady rise in domestic demand. He said that after a careful review of data, “we’ve built a July schedule to match.” The airline is increasing the frequency of flights from its hubs at Dallas-Fort Worth and Charlotte Douglas airports. Internationally, American just resumed flying six international routes: Dallas-Fort Worth to Amsterdam, Paris and Frankfurt; Miami to Antigua; and Chicago O'Hare and New York JFK to London. Other international routes will return in July and August. Admirals Club lunges will reopen June 22 at multiple airports.