JPMorgan: Pilot Scheduling Mix-Up Could Cost American $10MA prominent airline analyst says American Airlines will pay about $10 million to fix the pilot-scheduling mix-up.
Free TV, Movie Streaming For All American Airlines PassengersGood new for airlines passengers who travel on American Airlines, in-flight boredom may not be an issue the next time you. American is now offering complimentary movies, TV shows, music and games for all passengers.
Major Nor'easter Disrupts Local FlightsCountless passengers at DFW International Airport aren’t going anywhere tonight.
Suspicious Airport Bag From DFW Flight Deemed HarmlessAuthorities say a suspicious bag found at the Colorado Springs airport turned out to be harmless.
AA Passenger Recounts Turbulent Flight From South KoreaA Dallas attorney was aboard American Airlines Flight 280 that encountered severe air turbulence Tuesday shortly after taking off from Seoul, South Korea.
Stage 4 Cancer Patient Temporarily Stranded At DFWAmerican Airlines refused to let a stage IV cancer patient board her plane home with her oxygen tank, then changed their minds Tuesday.
Fresh Ebola Fears Hit Airline StocksNews that a health worker diagnosed with Ebola flew on a commercial flight raised fear among airline investors that the scare over the virus could cause travelers to avoid flying.
AA Flight With Mechanical Issue Lands Safely A flight from Baltimore to Dallas landed safely at DFW Airport despite minor mechanical issues
"Disruptive" American Airlines Passenger Questioned Law enforcement took a passenger into custody Wednesday for allegedly interfering with the flight crew on board an American Airlines flight from Dallas-Fort Worth to Kansas City.
Dallas-Bound AA Flight Hits Bird, Makes Emergency LandingA Dallas-bound American Airlines flight from Tulsa, turned around and made an emergency landing after hitting a bird.
American Airlines Employees Vote To Keep New LiveryAmerican Airlines says more than 60,000 employees voted and a majority want to paint red, white and blue horizontal stripes on the tails of all AA planes.
FAA Relaxes Rules On Using Most Electronic Devices In-FlightPeople flying American Airlines were allowed to use some of their electronic devices non-stop from gate to gate tonight.