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.
American Airlines Vows To Take Steps Against Racial BiasThe airline announced the steps Thursday after a meeting between CEO Doug Parker and NAACP President Derrick Johnson.
American Airlines CEO Meets With NAACP Over Bias ComplaintsAmerican Airlines said that CEO Doug Parker had a "positive" meeting Tuesday with some civil rights leaders who have accused the airline of racial bias.
American Airlines CEO: We'll Never Lose Money AgainDoug Parker made the declaration at a meeting with analysts and reporters on Thursday.
American Airlines CEO Sees Travel DemandThe CEO of American Airlines said that travel demand is still strong, and he is not worried about airlines adding so many flights that they will drive down the prices.
American Airlines CEO Nets $13.4M In Stock SaleThe CEO of American Airlines netted a profit of $13.4 million from selling shares and options that he accumulated while running US Airways.
American Airlines 4Q Results Beat ExpectationsAs American Airlines flies into its first year after merging with US Airways, fares are up, fuel costs are down, and the company is beating Wall Street's profit predictions.
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.
American Airlines Employees To Pick Tail LogoThe new CEO of American Airlines will let the company's employees settle a dispute over the fleet's appearance by letting them pick the design for the tails of their planes.
New American Airlines Emerges As Deal ClosesAmerican Airlines emerged from bankruptcy protection and US Airways culminated its long pursuit of a merger partner when the two completed their deal on Monday.
Flight Attendants Fight Ahead Of MergerRival unions are fighting over how to represent 24,000 flight attendants at the new American Airlines, which expects a merger with US Airways to happen next month.
Airlines Extend Merger AgreementAmerican Airlines and US Airways on Monday morning agreed to extend their merger agreement, pushing back the date that either carrier could terminate their merger plan.

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