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.
American Airlines CEO Shows Up At Southwest Flight Attendant's Wedding A Year After Viral MeetingJacqueRae Sullivan had a life-changing encounter with passenger Doug Parker, the CEO of American Airlines, on a flight, and their story went viral.
American Airlines Plane Headed To Bahamas Hits Light Pole At DFW AirportThere were no injuries onboard and the passengers were put on another plane to the Bahamas.
Southwest, American Airlines Keep Alcohol Sales Suspended After Flight Attendant AssaultAmerican Airlines has joined Southwest Airlines in suspending alcohol services on flights. The decision follows a recent assault of a Southwest flight attendant that resulted in a serious injury.
Computer Outage Causes Check-In Problems For American Airlines & Other CarriersFort Worth-based American Airlines was among the carriers experiencing problems with check-in, causing long lines at Dallas Fort Worth International and Love Field Airport.
American Airlines' Largest Regional Carrier -- Envoy Air -- Gets FAA WarningMultiple alleged pilot errors are included in a Federal Aviation Administration warning to Envoy Air, the largest regional carrier for Fort Worth-based American Airlines.
American Airlines Among 3 Biggest US Carriers Suspending Flights To IsraelFort Worth-based American Airlines, United Airlines and Delta Air Lines have suspended flights to Israel amid rising violence in the conflict between Israel and Palestinians.
Texas GOP Moves Ahead With Voting Restriction Bills, Despite Criticism From Business LeadersRepublican lawmakers in Texas and across the country are pressing ahead with efforts to tighten voting laws, despite warnings from business leaders that the measures could harm democracy and the economic climate.
Texas-Based American Airlines Reports $1.25 Billion Loss, Cites Pandemic And Decreased Air TravelThursday morning American Airlines reported losses of some $1.25 billion in the first quarter. In an effort to compensate, the carrier said it continued to slash costs -- including delaying delivery of new jets.
New Boeing 737 Max Electrical Issue Grounds Planes With Both American, Southwest AirlinesIt's a little like déjà vu, on Friday Boeing recommended that more than one-dozen of its customers take some of their planes out of service because of a potential electrical issue.
American Airlines Faces Political Turbulence Following Opposition To Texas Elections BillAn American spokeswoman said Friday, the airline did review the bill, and sent its public statement to employees in an internal newsletter.
Major Companies Come Out Against Texas Bills Limiting Voter Access"We value the democratic process and believe every eligible American should be allowed to exercise their right to vote, no matter which political party or candidate they support," American Airlines said.
Furloughs Off The Table For American Airlines Employees In Wake Of Passage Of COVID-19 ReliefThirteen-thousand employees will receive full pay and benefits through September 30.