BRIEF-American Airlines Expects Q4 Revenue To Be Down About 65% - Conf Call

Oct 22 (Reuters) - American Airlines Group Inc (AAL):

* AMERICAN AIRLINES EXEC SAYS DEMAND FOR MEXICO, THE CARIBBEAN HAS BEEN STRONG; EXPECTS Q4 REVENUE FOR THE REGION TO REACH 70% OF 2019 LEVELS - CONF CALL

* AMERICAN AIRLINES EXEC SAYS EXPECTS Q4 REVENUE TO BE DOWN ABOUT 65%

* AMERICAN AIRLINES (AAL) CEO SAYS DOES NOT THINK INDUSTRY WOULD NEED A THIRD FEDERAL AID PACKAGE, THINKS SITUATION WILL BE BETTER IN 6 MTHS

* AMERICAN AIRLINES EXEC SAYS JOB CUTS SO FAR SAVING NEARLY $1 BILLION IN COSTS

* AMERICAN AIRLINES EXEC SAYS CO COULD START GENERATING CASH ONCE IT HAS MOST OF ITS CAPACITY BACK AND PLANES ARE ABOUT 65%-70% FULL Further company coverage:

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