Airline 'Bumping' Of Passengers Falls To Lowest Rate EverAirlines bumped passengers off flights at the lowest rate on record last year after United Airlines was publicly ridiculed when a passenger was physically dragged off a full plane.
American Airlines Tops Wall Street's 4Q ForecastsAmerican Airlines reported Thursday that fourth-quarter profit slipped 11 percent as higher costs for fuel and labor offset rising revenue.
Airports Try To UnSnarl After Winter Storm Flight CancellationsA winter storm is grounding some flights on the east coast and that means airports in North Texas and across the country are experiencing delays and cancellations.
Hundreds Of Flights Canceled Due To Winter StormA winter storm is causing airlines across the country to cancel hundreds of flights to and from several cities on the east coast.
Formerly Furloughed AA Pilots Hoping For Pay Scale IncreaseThe pilots hoped leaders of their association would have approved a deal hashed out with American's executives last month, but association leaders want more time to study the issue.
Southwest Airlines Announces Bonuses, New InvestmentSouthwest Airlines says it's giving $1,000 bonuses to all full and part-time employees as a result of the recent tax cut.
American Airlines Apologizes To Black Athletes For Theft Accusation American Airlines says it is reviewing why two professional basketball players were removed from a Sioux City, S.D.-bound flight on Sunday.
Delta Wants Someone To Pay For Its Losses In Airport OutageThe CEO of Delta Air Lines says the company will seek compensation for its losses after a fire in an underground electrical facility knocked out the Atlanta airport's power supply.
Airlines Inch Back To Normal Flow After Atlanta Airport FireDelta Air Lines and other carriers that operate out of Atlanta's airport say they expect to be running normally by Tuesday after a fire and blackout there forced the cancellation of over 1,500 flights.
DFW Moments: American AirlinesAmerican Airlines made the move to North Texas in 1979, and cemented itself into the aviation history books of DFW.
Concerns Raised About Passenger Safety Over Foreign Airplane Repair Work The labor union representing American Airlines mechanics and ground crews has hired a firm run by the former U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security to investigate if foreign repair work on planes is putting passengers at risk.
NAACP Lauds American Airlines But Keeps Travel AdvisoryCivil rights activists are praising American Airlines and their plan to train employees to counteract bias, but the NAACP is still warning African Americans about flying on the airline.