'We Have Flight Attendants Sleeping In Airports': American Airlines Crews Say Company Fails To Book HotelsUnions for flight attendants and pilots filed grievances this week with American, charging that the company is violating its contracts and putting employees in danger.
American Airlines Worried About Fuel Shortages At Some AirportsAmerican Airlines says it's running into fuel shortages at some smaller and mid-size airports, and in some cases the airline will add refueling stops or fly fuel into locations where the supply is tight.
American Airlines Turns Small Profit With Help From TaxpayersFort Worth-based American Airlines eked out a second-quarter profit of $19 million thanks to nearly $1.5 billion in federal relief.
American Airlines Recalling Flight Attendants As Travel Crowds ContinueFort Worth-based American Airlines is canceling extended leaves and recalling some 3,300 flight attendants for the holiday season.
'You're Naked', Fitness Model Deniz Saypinar In Daisy Dukes Banned From AA FlightWhen an American Airlines gate agent confronted Deniz Saypinar last Thursday at DFW Airport, she thought the agent was joking.
Southwest, American Delays Hint At Hard Summer For TravelersPeople have been posting photos of long airport lines and describing painful flights as the summer shapes up to be a tough one for air travelers.
American Airlines Blames Weather, Staffing Shortages For Cancellations & Delays; Transport Workers Union Cites Other IssuesFort Worth-based American Airlines said storms at its large DFW and Charlotte hubs this month have caused about 950 flight cancellations throughout its entire system.
Staffing Shortages Contribute To American Airlines Cancelation Of Hundreds Of FlightsTravelers in North Texas and across the country are being forced to rearrange their plans in response to American Airlines canceling hundreds of flights.
American Airlines To Drop Its In-Flight MagazineAfter more than half a century in airplane seatback pockets, the American Airlines in-flight magazine American Way is going away.
You'll Have To BYO: American Airlines Is Dropping Its In-Flight MagazineIt's been more than half a century since they first graced airplane seatback pockets. Now, the American Airlines in-flight magazine American Way is going away.
American Airlines Plans Electric, Vertical Take-Off Aircraft To Serve Urban AreasAmerican Airlines announced it will invest in $25 million in U.K.-based Vertical Aerospace including preordering up to 250 electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) aircraft -- totaling around $1 Billion.