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Topic - American Airlines
Airline travelers are adjusting to constant turbulence in frequent-flier programs.
The Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport in Little Rock has added a new, nonstop flight to LaGuardia Airport in New York.
In a March 12 story about a lawsuit filed against American Airlines, The Associated Press in some early versions incorrectly reported the names of the Regional Transportation Authority and the Chicago Transit Authority.
An American Airlines flight returned to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport for an emergency landing after its crew reported the jet hit a bird on takeoff.
When an important social issue intersected with business in Arizona, Corporate America decided it was time to take a stand.
About 400 projected layoffs will be avoided this year at the American Airlines maintenance base in Tulsa as the airline uses buyouts and attrition to trim its workforce, the company said Wednesday.
To look at them, one might not guess the grim provenance of two pins soon to be on display at the American Airlines Flight Academy museum in Fort Worth.
A direct flight from Bangor to Washington, D.C., will remain in place following the merger of U.S. Airways and American Airlines.
The U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission are busier than ever before in history as antitrust law enforcement agencies, and that's bad news for American businesses.
US Airways and American Airlines employees from across the country gathered outside the U.S. Capitol on Wednesday afternoon, raising their voices and their signs to demand the Justice Department stop blocking the companies' $11 billion merger.
The Justice Department and a number of state attorneys general are challenging the proposed $11 billion merger between US Airways Group Inc. and American Airlines' parent company, AMR Corp.
American Airlines flights are back in the air after a system-wide computer meltdown grounded the airline nationwide Tuesday.
Following years of bankruptcy filings and debt consolidations, American Airlines and US Airways are expected to announce a merger Thursday, lowering the total of major carriers in the industry to four.
Superstorm Sandy grounded more than 10,000 flights across the Northeast and the globe, and it could be days before some passengers can get where they're going.
In recent decades, labor union leaders often have sowed the seeds of their own demise by overplaying their hand and overestimating their dominion.