The U.S. Department of Transportation released their on-time ratings for the month of February, and winter weather played a significant role in the numbers.
In 1980, the United States had 10 major airlines. Today, we have only four (United, American, Delta, Southwest).
American Airlines have received some bad publicity over the past couple weeks with how they have dealt with the winter storms.
Southwest is no newcomer to fines by the Federal Aviation Administration for maintenance related issues.
Part 3 of In Airline News’ review of the major airline rewards programs includes a look at Delta and United.
In Part 2 of our Frequent Flyer review, we look at Virgin America’s Elevate and American Airline’s AAdvantage programs.
The wait is finally over for aviation enthusiasts who have been eagerly awaiting American Airlines’ announcement of when and where they will fly their first Boeing 787 Dreamliners.
Today, many airlines offer a wide variety of reward programs and credit cards to help you stretch your dollar.
With gas prices at a five-year low, airline passengers continue to ask “why airlines are not dropping their ticket prices?”
American adds fifth gateway to Asia from Dallas-Fort Worth.
Delta Air Lines brings mainline service back to the Shreveport Regional Airport for the first time in 12 years.
American Airlines will add service to three new destinations from its hub at Philadelphia International Airport.
Review of my journey to London aboard AA174.
Group hopes to relaunch the iconic airline in December 2014.
American Airlines will be changing the name of its American Eagle subsidiary to Envoy.
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.
How do you show your displeasure for corporate executives cutting wages and other benefits? By making a video to the Village People’s “YMCA”, and uploading it to YouTube of course!
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