All three unions representing American Airlines (The Allied Pilots Association, the Transport Workers Union and Association of Professional Flight Attendants) have agreed to back a deal for a merger with US Airways should the two companies come to an agreement. ALSO ONLINE: Should Texas senator get involved in American bankruptcy? RELATED: Delta considering bid for …
United States Senator Kay Bailey Hutchison has released a statement regarding other airline’s attempt to acquire American Airlines.
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American Airlines was forced to cancel about 800 flights on Tuesday, and over 400 more on Wednesday.
American Airlines is planning on ending all of its American Eagle subsidiary’s flights out of Puerto Rico by March 2013
By Michael Garko, In Airline News American announced today that is will cut up to 13,000 of its employees as it continues restructuring after filing bankruptcy in November. CEO Tom Horton sent out a letter to American’s employees outlining its plans. Read the full text below.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News American Airlines is expected to announce today that it may cut up to ten percent of its workforce, or 13,000 jobs as it continues to operate under bankruptcy. NBC 5 Dallas is reporting that a meeting is being held at the struggling airline’s Fort Worth headquarters, and that negotiations …
By Michael Garko, In Airline News The Wall Street Journal reported on Friday that Delta Air Lines is considering a bid for US Airways. It is apparently only one of the options that the Atlanta-based carrier is considering as U.S. carriers continue to look at consolidation options. Bloomberg News reported on Saturday that Delta has …
By Michael Garko, In Airline News The Associated Press reported on Wednesday that American Airlines subsidiary American Eagle will end all turboprop service out of its hub at Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News The turbulent situation at American Airlines does not appear to be getting any better after the parent company of the airline reported a $162 million loss in the third quarter.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News American Airlines will be further trimming its capacity in the fourth quarter of 2011 due to a wave of pilot retirements. As part of that plan, American will also be retiring up to 11 of its 124 Boeing 757 aircraft.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News American’s record aircraft order on Tuesday wasn’t enough to ease news that it lost $286 million in the second quarter. The Fort Worth Star-Telegram writes the company’s “loss of 85 cents per share was larger than Wall Street analysts had expected.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News After announcing the largest jet order in aviation history, American Airlines has announced it will spinoff its American Eagle brand
By Michael Garko, In Airline News After weeks of speculation since the Paris Air Show, American Airlines has finally decided how it will modernize its fleet. A decision was reached Tuesday night to split the largest aircraft order in aviation history between rival plane manufacturers Boeing and Airbus.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News American Airlines affiliate American Eagle has launched twice daily service from its hub at Chicago-O’hare to the coast city of Wilmington, NC. The airline will use 44-seat Embraer jets on the new route.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News American Airlines is reportedly in talks with Airbus about purchasing at least 100 narrow-body planes to help replace its aging MD-80 and Boeing 757 fleet.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News Three passengers suffered minor injuries after a Delta flight had to return to Atlanta to for an emergency landing. On the other side of the globe, an American Airlines plane made an emergency landing in New Delhi as well.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News An American Airlines MD-80 jet taking off from St. Louis Lambert International Airport lost power to one of its two engines on Saturday.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News The Wall Street Journal has reported that Chicago based American Airlines has been ordered by an Illinois court to return its schedule and airfare postings onto Orbitz Worldwide Inc.’s websites.