American Airlines will book flights to capacity starting July 1, according to an announcement. The airline said it will continue to notify customers and allow them to move to more open flights when available without incurring any cost. If space is available once boarding is complete – taking into consideration any aircraft or balance restrictions – customers may move to another seat within their ticketed cabin subject to availability. The news came as part of a press release announcing several health and cleanliness related initiatives. They included collaboration with Vanderbilt University Medical Center as part of a new Travel Health Advisory Panel; becoming the first carrier to seek the Global Biorisk Advisory Council’s STAR Accreditation for its aircraft and lounges; asking customers during the check-in process to certify they are free of COVID-19 symptoms; and waiving of change fees extended for travel through Sept. 30, 2020.