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DALLAS — Pilots for American Airlines and US Airways are talking about terms for a possible labor deal if the two airlines merge.
DALLAS • American Airlines raised its fuel surcharge to $150 per round trip, a $20 increase, on many routes Wednesday, just days after it failed in another attempt to raise fares.
U.S. airline industry turmoil continues today, as one airline gets back in the air while another slips into bankruptcy.
Thousands of Valley air passengers were grounded Wednesday, and some may be stuck again today. American Airlines canceled more than 1,000 flights Wednesday to inspect and service planes with possible wiring problems.
GOING NOWHERE: A reader board at Portland (Ore.) International Airport shows canceled American Airlines flights Wednesday.
FORT WORTH, Texas - The parent company of American Airlines, enmeshed in labor strife and at risk of bankruptcy, reported a $1.1 billion loss on Wednesday and its chief executive warned "success is far from assured."
Sheryl Crow performs during the 31st American Music Awards, Nov. 16, 2003, in Los Angeles.
Christian Noriega of Hayward Calif., with an umbrella on his side checks in at the Philadelphia International Airport Monday, June 13, 2011, in Philadelphia. Noriega said he spent about $163 to check three bags with American Airlines. The government says that airlines collected $3.4 billion in baggage fees last year, up 24 percent from 2009.( AP Photo/Matt Rourke)
WASHINGTON - Ask for a pillow and blanket to help get through a long flight and you may be out of luck. Or you may be able to buy a "comfort package" from Air Canada for $2.
ATLANTA - Three of the nation’s largest airlines reported a combined $911 million in third-quarter losses on Wednesday. The largest by far was at Delta Air Lines, where bankruptcy looms unless it can quickly win concessions from its pilots and debt holders.
Washington -- The CEOs of American Airlines and US Airways told a Senate Judiciary subcommittee last week that not only would a merger of their airlines not hurt Phoenix, it could bring more international flights to the city.
WASHINGTON - Last year was the worst ever for the nation’s major airlines financially, with losses of $11.3 billion.
DALLAS — Directors of American Airlines' parent company likely won't make a decision when they meet Wednesday to consider a possible merger with US Airways, even as momentum for a deal is building.
According to the Chicago Tribune , the US Airways Group has made a formal merger proposal to American Airlines on Friday.
NEW YORK — American Airlines is weighing various options for its future, but most analysts say the nation's No. 3 airline only has one viable choice: combine with No. 5 US Airways.
DALLAS - American Airlines said it was canceling up to 500 flights Tuesday, potentially more than one-fifth of its schedule, to check the bundling of wires in some planes, the same issue that caused the airline to scrap more than 400 flights last month.
Consumers like the IRS better than they like Tempe-based US Airways these days. That’s according to a national study of customer likes and dislikes scheduled to be released today by the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business.
The hometown airline is no longer flying the home team. For the first time in the team’s 17-year history in the Valley, America West Airlines will not fly the Arizona Cardinals to out-of-town games this season.
The airline industry continues to survive on peanuts.
A Christian fellowship group is traveling from the Minneapolis airport to the Valley after a religious conference. Shortly before boarding their flight, the ministers and worshippers form a prayer circle and conduct their daily devotion without preaching to anyone else in the terminal.
To fix bloated costs, the financially ailing airline industry prescribed itself a familiar treatment in recent years: Slash wages and benefits.
MINNEAPOLIS — Six imams taken off from a 2006 US Airways flight after passengers reported what they considered suspicious behavior have settled their discrimination lawsuit, saying they considered it acknowledgment that their removal was a mistake.
ATLANTA - When AirTran Airways chief executive Joe Leonard told federal lawmakers last month they should let some of his competitors fail, the nation’s major carriers might have found his comments self-serving.
Think back. What were you doing between June 20 and July 5, 2002?