It is rare when man and machine can combine to tell a story. After nearly 50 years, fate brought two pilots back to the very same airplanes they flew in Vietnam.
American Airlines says it will cut passenger-carrying capacity by 1-percent in the first half of November as it tries to recover from widespread delays and a spike in cancelations.
After inspecting 48 Boeing 757 aircraft for seats that could potentially loosen during flight, American Airlines says all of the planes are back in service and all necessary repairs have been made.
American Airlines is doubling down on accusations that recent on-time performance issues are pilot related.
American Airlines has signed an agreement with SkyWest Airlines to take over the operation of dozens of regional flights currently handled by American Eagle.
Dallas County officials had hoped to complete all aerial spraying for Dallas and the surrounding suburban cities by Saturday morning, but bad weather ended all hopes.
It seems that eight Texas Air National Guard cargo transport planes used for post-hurricane evacuations will remain in Texas — at least until 2014.
In the midst of bankruptcy proceedings Fort Worth-based American Airlines (AA) plans to spend hundreds of millions of dollars to accommodate business travelers in a more luxurious fashion.
Southwest Airlines Co. said a key measure of passenger revenue rose as much as 8 percent last month as it benefited from fare increases even as its planes carried fewer people.
The Flying Pancake is the name given to a historic military aircraft that was designed as a flat disc. It is coming to the Frontiers of Flight Museum in Dallas.
Federal regulators are proposing to fine an aircraft repair station $1.1 million for improperly performing inspections and repairs to 44 Southwest Airlines planes.