The union representing US Airways and former America West flight attendants have voted to authorize a strike if a deal is not struck.
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 …
US Airways announced on Monday that it will begin flying to Cincinnati and Des Moines from its hub at Reagan National Airport in Washington D.C.
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 US Airways reported today that it recorded a $106 million in the second quarter of 2011 excluding special items. The profit equates to $.56 per diluted share.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News University of New Mexico football player Deson Marman was arrested Wednesday for refusing to pull up his baggy pants at the San Fransisco International Airport.
US Dept. of Transportation Thursday said it assessed civil penalties against Continental Airlines and US Airways for violating its rules prohibiting deceptive price advertising in air travel. CO was assessed a civil penalty of $120,000 for not including fuel surcharges on its website and US was fined $45,000 for not providing an explanation of fees …
By Michael Garko, In Airline News US Airways said “Bonjour” to its eighth Canadian destination today with the launching of daily service to Quebec City from the airline’s Philadelphia hub.
The pilots of US Airways, represented by the US Airline Pilots Association (USAPA), have filed a complaint against defendant US Airways in the U.S. District Court Southern District of New York alleging that US Airways has violated its duty to maintain the status quo during contract negotiations as required by the Railway Labor Act (RLA).
Delta Air Lines and US Airways have announced they have filed another attempt for slot swaps at New York-LaGuardia and Washington-Reagan airports. The two airlines attempted to do a similar exchange in 2009, but the Department of Transportation changed the terms before approving of the agreement, and was never completed by the carriers.
By Michael Garko, In Airline News US Airways continues its international growth at its Charlotte hub the the launching of daily flights to Madrid, Spain and Dublin, Ireland this weekend. US Airways already serves both routes from its hub in Philadelphia.
Crossing newswires now, the Associate Press writes: US Airways says its first-quarter loss more than doubled to $114 million as fuel prices rose sharply.