American Airlines Bankruptcy
American Airlines emerged from bankruptcy protection and US Airways culminated its long pursuit of a merger partner as the two completed their deal Monday to create the world’s biggest airline.
Four members of Congress say that all airlines — not just low-fare carriers — should be able to bid on gates and landing rights that Fort Worth-based American Airlines and US Airways will give up after their merger.
After months of legal turbulence, it will soon be smooth flying for American Airlines and US Airways.
The U.S. Justice Department has settled its lawsuit, clearing the way for the airlines’ $14 billion merger.
Fort Worth-based American Airlines and US Airways are asking for a November trial to settle the government’s lawsuit against their proposed merger.
We know the merger between American Airlines and US Airways is being delayed from next month until at least the end of the year.
Creditors are approving the bankruptcy reorganization plan for the parent of Fort Worth-based American Airlines.
The parent of American Airlines is reporting a $220 million profit for the second quarter as its cost-cutting from its bankruptcy reorganization kicked in.
US Airways shareholders overwhelmingly approved a proposed merger with American Airlines, bringing the companies closer to creating the world’s biggest airline.
US Airways’ CEO says shareholders have approved the proposed merger with Fort Worth-based American Airlines, one of the final steps remaining in the deal to create the world’s biggest airline.
American Airlines’ creditors could begin voting this month on the company’s turnaround plan and proposed merger with US Airways.
DALLAS (AP) — US Airways says American Airlines is about to spell out its plan for emerging from bankruptcy protection after the two companies merge. US Airways, whose CEO will run the combined company, said […]
The largest union at American Airlines now has an agreement in place that will give members a nearly five-percent pay raise if American merges with U.S. Airways.