Southwest Employees To Form Picket Line Monday At Love FieldSouthwest Airlines employees will be staging an informational picket line today at Dallas Love Field.
Exclusive Look At "The Turn" At Southwest AirlinesIn our exclusive access given to us by Southwest Airlines, we had a front row seat to just how many people touch that aircraft, in so many different ways. and for Southwest Airlines, this is just one of their 3,800 flights a day!
AA Flight Attendants Reject Contract OfferFlight attendants at American Airlines rejected a five-year contract Sunday, forcing the world's largest carrier and its union for cabin-crew workers into binding arbitration.
Merged Airline Crews See 2015 ContractUnions for flight attendants at American Airlines and US Airways said that they have a deal which could result in both groups being governed by a single labor contract.
Flight Attendants Fighting Knife Rule ReversalFlight attendants with American Airlines are handing out papers to North Texas travelers as a demonstration against the TSA's decision to allow some knives back on airplanes.
US Airways Flight Attendants Approve ContractFlight attendants at US Airways approved a new contract that wraps up some unfinished business from the airline's 2005 merger with America West.
DFW Student Aspires To Be Flight AttendantA young exchange student aspiring to be a flight attendant after graduation recently got to experience the American Airlines training center, getting her closer to her goal.
American Airlines Merger Could Be Weeks AwayAmerican Airlines' CEO Tom Horton says it will be "a matter of weeks" before a decision is made about a merger with U-S Airways.
Southwest Airlines Adds Crew Bases In DenverSouthwest Airlines Co. has officially opened new pilot and flight attendant crew bases at Denver International Airport.
Nearly 3,000 AA Layoffs ComingAmerican Airlines has told the state it could be cutting nearly three thousand jobs here in North Texas by November.
American Airlines Avoids Flight Attendant LayoffsCBS 11 News has confirmed that 2,000 American Airlines flight attendants applied for the carrier's early-out incentive. That response, the company said, means that it will not need to furlough any flight attendants.
Hundreds of AA Flight Attendants Taking Early OutFlight attendants must apply by Thursday, and will receive $40,000 in cash. But they will give up all seniority, lose their company-subsidized health benefits, and can't be rehired. More than 1400 flight attendants have signed up.