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  • US airlines increase their profits without ballooning their fleets

    Over the next few years, American Airlines Inc. will increase the size of its Boeing 777-200 fleet by 17 percent, or nearly 2,000 seats. It will do so without adding a single airplane. Fort Worth, Texas-based American is removing the first-class cabin,...
  • Southwest Airlines poised to increase flights to D.C. area

    Southwest Airlines poised to increase flights to D.C. area
    Southwest Airlines on Sunday will take on mega-carriers in Chicago as it begins its first flights from Midway Airport to Reagan National airport near Washington, D.C., adding pressure to keep fares low on that popular business-travel route. Southwest,...
  • Pilots unions get federal clearance to negotiate joint contract at American

    The National Mediation Board has informed the pilots unions that American Airlines and US Airways are operating as a single carrier for the purposes of union representation. The ruling comes in response to the Allied Pilots Association's January...
  • American Airlines ends meal service on short flights

    American Airlines ends meal service on short flights
    Don't get on a short American Airlines flight on an empty stomach. The Texas-based carrier will stop serving free meals to first- and business-class passengers on flights shorter than two hours and 45 minutes, beginning Sept. 1. American Airlines...
  • Spoelstra has hammer in Heat retool

    Spoelstra has hammer in Heat retool
       There is, of course, no autonomy when Pat Riley sits in the double-wide office at the end of the hallway, the one with the water views hard by Biscayne Bay. But there is a bit of equity that can be built after four consecutive trips to the NBA Finals....
  • American Airlines flight listings back on Orbitz after 2-day absence

    American Airlines flight listings back on Orbitz after 2-day absence
    American Airlines and Orbitz appear to have made up. The U.S. carrier's flights returned to the online travel booking site after the two signed a letter of intent to resume business, according to company statements. American very publicly pulled its...
  • 'Miracle' flight survivor says PTSD related to her firing

    CHARLOTTE, N.C. A survivor of the "Miracle on the Hudson" flight has filed suit against Staples, alleging the office-product giant fired her in part for taking extended leave because of PTSD related to the crash. Denise Lockie of Charlotte, a passenger...
  • American Airlines fares back on Orbitz after scuffle

    American Airlines fares back on Orbitz after scuffle
    American Airlines fares are back on Orbitz Worldwide after the two companies said Friday that they intend to come to a new pact. American on Tuesday took its fares off Orbitz-owned websites, including flagship Orbitz.com, because the airline could not...
  • Orbitz says American Airlines fares back on its websites

    NEW YORK (Reuters) - American Airlines Group Inc airfares went back on Orbitz Worldwide Inc websites on Friday, after the two companies patched up a dispute that caused American to pull the information on Tuesday. The fares and schedules for thousands of...
  • Retirees to American Airlines: Don't cut our travel benefits

    American Airlines Inc. retirees lined up outside the carrier's Fort Worth, Texas, headquarters Wednesday to protest changes in their travel benefits that they say will make it much more difficult for them to get free trips. The airline plans to implement...
  • American adds $150 flying-alone fee for older kids

    American adds $150 flying-alone fee for older kids
    American Airlines will extend the age at which it charges a fee for children flying alone on the airline. Starting Sept. 3, the airline will charge $150 each way for unaccompanied minors, ages 5 to 14. Its previous policy was to charge the same fee...