American Airlines Bankruptcy
American Airlines has signed an agreement with SkyWest Airlines to take over the operation of dozens of regional flights currently handled by American Eagle.
The union for American Airlines pilots has decided to hold a strike vote. While strike ballots are on the way to 8,000 AA pilots, Allied Pilots Association (APA) spokesman Tom Hoban says the move doesn’t mean there will be a strike.
AMR Corp.’s bankruptcy creditors expect the parent company of American Airlines to decide by year-end whether to merge with another airline or remain an independent company.
Officials with Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport were busy Wednesday pitching next year’s proposed $660 million spending plan during a Dallas City Council briefing session, this despite the looming uncertainty surrounding the American Airlines bankruptcy.
The pilot’s union says it will hold a strike vote if American Airlines throws out its labor contract in bankruptcy court.
American Airlines CEO Tom Horton wants to set the record straight: It was he who approached US Airways CEO Doug Parker about the possibility of combining the two airlines, not the other way around.
merican Airlines’ flight attendants union, the Association of Professional Flight Attendants, has decided to send the airline’s last, best offer to its members.
The CEOs of American Airlines parent company and US Airways are talking to each other about potential merger scenarios. AMR Corp. CEO Thomas Horton and US Airways’ Doug Parker met Thursday over breakfast.
AMR, the parent company of American Airlines, is now considering merger options according a two-page letter to employees from CEO Tom Horton. The announcement came on the same day two work groups from the Transport Workers Union announced that a tentative agreement had been reached with AA on a new contract.
The flight attendants’ union says it has made progress in talks with American Airlines on voluntary cost-cutting measures.
The CEO of US Airways says he still wants to merge with American Airlines, but he’s in no hurry.
Flight attendants and mechanics at American Airlines want to resume contract talks as a deadline nears for a federal judge to rule on whether the airline can impose its own terms on workers.