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Topic - Andrea Huguely
American Airlines says it will modify seats on 49 more planes to prevent rows of seats from coming loose during flight.
An American Airlines plane chartered by the Miami Dolphins clipped a parked plane as it prepared to take off from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
Travelers across the country are facing days of grief as thousands of flights get canceled because of Hurricane Irene.
"We are trying to delay as much as we can, instead of canceling, because we know that we have many customers who are trying to make their holiday travel plans," said American Airlines spokeswoman Andrea Huguely.