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Jeanne Rysiewicz spent three days in Fort Worth last month. Her entire family was here for her sister’s wedding. On September 16, she and her family were getting ready to board their airplane home to Indiana, but Jeanne never got on.
American Airlines has signed an agreement with SkyWest Airlines to take over the operation of dozens of regional flights currently handled by American Eagle.
Department of Public Safety personnel have finished the investigation of a “suspicious” bag that was found in a baggage claim area at DFW International Airport.
A 52-year-old Irving man, walking to work, was killed by a hit and run driver over the weekend. Police have already figured out the type of vehicle that hit the man. But, they need help identifying the driver.
It sounds like something out of the Tom Cruise movie Minority Report, but if you’re willing to pay a fee and get your iris scanned, you can jump to the front of the security line at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
Spirit Airlines, which combines cheap fares with more fees than competitors charge, plans to expand again at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport — the hometown airport of American Airlines.
Grass fires at DFW International Airport spark concern for North Texas fire departments during Memorial Day weekend.
A merger between US Airways and American Airlines may end up giving you more space to breathe on your flights, but you’ll probably have to pay for it. Travel experts Friday said American’s future could affect everything from fares to flight routes, depending on the final outcome.
An structure in the City of Melissa is getting a lot of strange looks from residents. Steel workers in the Collin County city are putting the finishing touches on…well, there’s a lot of speculation on what it is.
One flight attendant says the incident aboard an American Airlines Jet at DFW on Friday could have happened to anybody.
It has been the scene of thousands of tearful reunions, hugs and cheers. The “Welcome Home A Hero” program has provided many touching images and memories, but the program is coming to an end this week.
A congressman says two 2.5-pound blocks of a powerful, military-grace explosive were found in a soldier’s luggage at a West Texas airport.