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  • American Airlines' parent company owns $30-million town house

     
    Despite filing for bankruptcy last month, the parent company of American Airlines owns a $30-million apartment in an upscale London neighborhood, according to bankruptcy documents. And the flight attendants that work at the bankrupt airline are seeing...
  • American Airlines to begin charging $8 for pillow and blanket on some flights

    American Airlines to begin charging $8 for pillow and blanket on some flights
    DALLAS ( AP) — If you want a pillow and blanket in coach on American Airlines, it's going to cost you. The airline will charge $8 for a pillow and blanket in coach class for domestic trips and some international flights longer than two hours,...
  • 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.......
  • Bigger planes, fewer flights address delays

    Seeking to cut costs and appease customers angered by delayed and canceled flights, United Airlines said on May 17 it has started assigning larger aircraft to serve certain routes, especially those operated out of Chicago's O'Hare International Airport....
  • From the archives: Dow Falls 190; Drop Is Worst Since '87 Crash

    NEW YORK -- Evoking chilling memories of the stock market crash almost exactly two years ago, the Dow Jones industrial average plunged 190.58 points on Friday amid fear of an end to the takeover fever that had driven stock prices to record heights. The...