After months of courtship, American Airlines and US Airways are officially tying the knot. In the aviation industry’s newest marriage, the two carriers will create the world’s largest airline.
Fort Worth’s American Airlines and Phoenix’s US Airways formally announced a merger on Thursday morning to create the world’s largest airline.
The boards of American Airlines parent AMR Corp. and US Airways have pushed back meeting on plans to consider a final merger, Associated Press sources say.
The Allied Pilots Association, the pilots’ union for American Airlines, is hopeful a merger between their airline and US Airways will bring a change at the top of a newly combined airline.
A merger deal between American Airlines and US Airways is set to take off early next week, CBS 11 News has learned.
More of the pieces seem to be falling into place and a picture is starting to emerge of what an American Airlines-US Airways merger might look like.
With Thursday’s new look, Fort Worth-based American Airlines is one step closer to regaining its position as a leading North Texas company.
American Airlines says its bold new logo and paint scheme symbolize a soaring spirit and passion for progress.
AMR Corporation, the parent company of American Airlines, Inc., has reported revenue of $24.9 billion in 2012, the highest yearly revenue in the company’s history.
AMR, the parent company of American Airlines, asked a judge Friday for more time to file a plan to emerge from bankruptcy.
American Airlines’ CEO Tom Horton says it will be “a matter of weeks” before a decision is made about a merger with U-S Airways.
There are new accusations against American Airlines management by the Allied Pilots Association as both parties try to work on a possible merger with US Airways.