Charles J. Schubert, III was named American’s Vice President – Network Planning in December 2011. He is responsible for the planning and development of American’s worldwide route network including the scheduling of more than 3,400 daily flights to cities throughout Asia, Europe, North America and South America for American and American Eagle as well as the development of the company’s long-term network strategy.
Prior to assuming his current position, Schubert held various Managing Director positions within American, most recently as Managing Director, Network Planning – Schedules where he was responsible for optimizing the airline’s short to mid-range schedules, ensuring that each was consistent with the long-term strategic network goals of the company as well as meeting the needs of American's customers. In addition his team oversaw the coordination of network strategy under American’s transatlantic Joint Business Agreement with British Airways and Iberia.
Before joining American in the summer of 2000, he spent eight years with The Boeing Company in a variety of finance roles.
Schubert holds a Master of Business Administration degree from the Cox School of Business at Southern Methodist University as well as a Bachelor of Science of Business Administration degree from the University of Missouri – Columbia.