American Airlines Believes The Boeing 737 MAX Will Be Ready To Use Again By End Of YearIn a news release sent out Sunday morning, American Airlines stated they remain confident that the Boeing 737 MAX will be re-certified and ready to use again this year.
Black Texas Doctor Says American Airlines Made Her Cover Outfit With BlanketAmerican Airlines has apologized to a Texas doctor after she was temporarily removed from a plane over her romper outfit.
American Airlines Inviting Public To Add Names To Plane For Cancer ResearchFort Worth-based American Airlines is offering a unique opportunity for the public to donate money toward cancer research and recognize a loved one impacted by the disease.
American Airlines And Mechanics Union Head To Federal Court For Trial Over Work SlowdownA trial is scheduled for Monday on American's request for a permanent injunction against the Transport Workers Union and the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers.
Flight To Dallas Diverted Due To Alleged Drunk Passenger From North TexasA police report says Brandon Ganus of Weatherford was arrested on misdemeanor complaints of public intoxication, resisting arrest, assault and battery and disorderly conduct.
American Pushes Back Expected Return Date For Boeing MaxThe plane was grounded around the world since mid-March, after the second of two crashes that killed a combined 346 people in Indonesia and Ethiopia.
Video Of Heated Confrontation Between American Airlines' Mechanics And Airline President SharedThe exchange included the threat of a "vicious strike action" and comes amid a bitter contract dispute.
FAA Meets In Fort Worth With International Regulators On Future Of Boeing's 737 MaxAirlines were watching the meeting for signs as to when the aircraft might be considered safe to take off again.
American Airlines Accuses Mechanics Unions of Illegal Slowdown Campaign In LawsuitFort Worth-based American Airlines has filed a lawsuit against its mechanics unions, accusing them of an illegal slowdown campaign.
Check Your Surfboard For $30, American Slashes Bag Fees For Sports, Music EquipmentAmerican is eliminating oversize bag fees for common sports and music equipment, effective for travel on or after May 21. 
American Airlines Sues Unions, Accusing Workers Of SlowdownAmerican Airlines accuses its mechanics and their unions of conducting an illegal work slowdown to gain leverage in contract talks, and the airline is asking a federal judge to stop the activity.