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  • American Airlines Terminal At JFK Airport Re-Opened After Evacuation

    American Airlines Terminal At JFK Airport Re-Opened After Evacuation
    A busy terminal in New York's John F. Kennedy International Airport was reopened on Monday after a partial evacuation prompted by an unattended bag was found, according to a spokesman for American Airlines. The area around the ticketing desks had been...
  • AMR, US Airways looking at potential merger

    AMR, US Airways looking at potential merger
    AMR Corporation, the parent company of American Airlines, and US Airways Group, Inc. Friday announced that they have entered into a non-disclosure agreement, under which the companies have agreed to exchange certain confidential information and, in...
  • American Airlines Cuts Flights Through Mid-November

    American Airlines Cuts Flights Through Mid-November
    American Airlines will cancel more flights from its daily schedule through mid-November. "American Airlines is extending its previously announced schedule reductions through the first half of November by approximately 1%," said American spokesman Matt...
  • AA Grounds Dozens of Planes Over Loose Seats

    AA Grounds Dozens of Planes Over Loose Seats
    DALLAS, Texas -- American Airlines grounded 48 of its Boeing 737s late Thursday for a second time to make further fixes after seats became loose mid-flight on several planes. The announcement came hours after the airline had said it had completed...
  • Plane that veered off runway made emergency landing day before

    Plane that veered off runway made emergency landing day before
    Just a day after American Eagle mechanics gave a clean bill of health to a plane that had made an emergency return to O’Hare International Airport due to a landing gear problem, the same aircraft was forced to turn around in flight and land at O&...
  • Pilots to take vote on American Airlines latest contract offer

    Pilots to take vote on American Airlines  latest contract offer
    American Airlines pilots have been given the green light to vote on the airline's latest contract offer.  The union's board voted 9 to 7 to send the contract to all the members for a vote.  The contract calls for pilots to get a nearly 15% raise over 5...
  • Airfares climb, routes disappear as fuel prices rise

    Airfares climb, routes disappear as fuel prices rise
    Airfares are rising, planes are packed, and carriers are abandoning less-profitable routes. What's to blame? Climbing fuel prices. And there will be no relief in the immediate future, according to an analysis released by the Federal Aviation...
  • American Airlines parent AMR Corp. reports fourth-quarter loss

     
    Sometimes when you lose, you actually win. That is the way the parent company of American Airlines is portraying its loss of $69 million, or 29 cents a share, for the last three months of 2010. AMR Corp. noted that......
  • Consumer Confidential: Baggage fees rise, Wal-Mart delivers, Nissan recalls SUVs

     
    Here's your my-boy-lollipop Monday roundup of consumer news from around the Web: --It used to be that you could at least duck some baggage fees charged by airlines if you prepaid online. But apparently that's a perk that's going away.......
  • Indictment reveals insider-trading charges against Rajat Gupta [Updated]

     
    Prosecutors unsealed an indictment detailing insider-trading charges against one of the kings of American finance, Rajat Gupta, who surrendered to authorities earlier Wednesday morning. A grand jury charged Gupta, the former head of the McKinsey & Co....
  • American Airlines bankruptcy: 'Business as usual' for passengers

     
    The parent company for American Airlines, the nation's third largest carrier, filed for bankruptcy, citing high labor costs and a volatile economy. American Airlines, the largest carrier at Los Angeles International Airport, sought to assure passengers...