Bail Hearing For American Airlines Mechanic Accused Of Plane SabotageAn American Airlines mechanic charged with sabotaging a jetliner as part of a labor dispute is expected in court today.
American Airlines Flight Deplanes Due To Mechanical Issue At DFW AirportAn American Airlines flight was deplaned after experiencing a "mechanical issue prior to takeoff" at DFW Airport Thursday afternoon.
Retired North Texas Pilot Recalls Flying During 9/11 AttacksIt was Sept. 11, 2001 and Beverly Bass had no way of knowing that the storm had already arrived. She was over the North Atlantic — en route to DFW from Paris. It was in the days before social media and when cell phones were rare, so another pilot delivered the devastating news.
American Airlines Mechanic Accused Of Sabotaging Jet Remains In CustodyAn American Airlines mechanic in Miami will remain in custody for now after being accused of trying to sabotage a jet.
Farewell Flight: American Airlines Retires MD-80 PlanesAmerican Airlines said farewell to its Super 80 planes on Wednesday after the carrier flew its last revenue flight of the classic McDonnell Douglas MD-80.
American Airlines Extends Boeing 737 MAX Cancellations Through Early DecemberAmerican Airlines has extended cancellations for the Boeing 737 MAX through Dec. 3.
American Airlines Launches Facial Recognition To Board Passengers At DFW AirportAmerican Airlines calls the facial recognition a more secure verification system.
American Airlines Begins Using Facial Recognition At DFW AirportAmerican Airlines launched its facial-recognition program this week at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
American Airlines Agrees To Pay $22M To Settle False Claims Act Allegations Over Mail DeliveryThe airline was accused of falsely reporting the times it handed over mail from the postal service for delivery overseas.
United Airlines Ups "Bottle-To-Throttle" Policy For Pilots To 12 Hours Before FlightsBig changes for some pilots before heading to the cockpit. United Airlines has made its preflight alcohol-use policy more stringent.
Federal Judge Sides With American Airlines Over Worker SlowdownThe judge wrote the only reasonable explanation was mechanics were acting deliberately to gain leverage in contract negotiations.