All American Airlines articles – Page 14

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    American cuts international capacity by 34%


    American Airlines has further slashed international capacity following increased US travel restrictions for foreign nationals, as the US government attempts to slow the spread of the coronavirus within the country.

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    US airlines cap fares from Europe


    As the coronavirus crisis rapidly disrupts airline operations worldwide, major US carriers are taking measures to prevent price gouging for passengers desperate to return to the United States before travel restrictions between Europe and the US take effect on Friday.

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    American suspends numerous flights to Europe and Latin America


    American Airlines has extended the suspension and cancellation of numerous international flights, including to regions that have not yet been severely impacted by the coronavirus, such as Latin America.

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    American, Delta suspend flights to Italy


    American Airlines and Delta Air Lines cancelled their flights to northern Italy as passengers become increasingly skittish about traveling to areas where the coronavirus, also known as Covid-19, has rapidly spread in the past few days.

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    Qatar strikes deal to restore American Airlines partnership


    Middle East carrier Qatar Airways has struck a revived codeshare deal with its Oneworld partner American Airlines, two years after the US carrier ended their co-operation.

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    American cancels Max flights through mid-August


    American Airlines says it expects it will not have the Boeing 737 Max in its schedule until mid-August, the last major US airline to plan through the lucrative summer peak travel season without the new generation aircraft, which has been grounded since March 2019.

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    Alaska plans Oneworld entry by mid-2021


    Alaska Airlines will join Oneworld alliance as a full member by mid-2021, allowing American Airlines to connect flights through the Seattle-based carrier’s West Coast network.

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    American Airlines extends flight cancellations to Asia


    Just five days after it extended the cancellation of flights between the United States and Hong Kong, American Airlines was once again forced to revise its schedule in light of coronavirus fears and subsequent customer cancellations.

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    American suspends all flights to China


    American Airlines says it is suspending all flights to China as the coronavirus spreads, sickening more than a thousand and killing almost 200 people. The decision comes a day after the carrier’s pilots sued to stop the carrier’s flights to the country.

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    American pilots file lawsuit for immediate halt to China flights


    American Airlines pilots, represented by the Allied Pilots Association (APA), have filed a lawsuit seeking an immediate halt to the carrier’s flights to mainland China. This came shortly after the World Health Organization (WHO) declared the coronavirus outbreak in China an international public health emergency on 30 January. The union ...

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    American reaches tentative agreement with unions


    American Airlines says it has reached a tentative collective bargaining agreement with unions representing 31,000 employees, after an acrimonious year-long standoff led to the delay or cancellation of more than a thousand flights. The Fort-Worth-based carrier did not release details of the agreement and says it is still subject to ...

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    American Airlines posts strong 2019, expects 737 Max in second half of 2020


    American Airlines posted higher revenue and profit figures for the full year 2019 than a year earlier, as strong demand countered fallout from the Boeing 737 Max crisis.

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    American says Boeing 737 Max will return to its schedule in June


    American Airlines says it does not expect the Boeing 737 Max to return to service before June, as the beleaguered aircraft’s grounding extends into its 11th month following two fatal accidents.

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    American Airlines and Boeing agree on 737 Max compensation


    American Airlines says it has come to a confidential agreement with Boeing to compensate it for the losses it incurred due to the grounding of the 737 Max following two fatal accidents, and that it will be sharing the compensation with its employees.

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    American Airlines expects to share 737 Max compensation with employees


    American Airlines says it is still negotiating a compensation agreement with Boeing for the grounding of the airline’s 737 Max fleet, now in its 10th month, and that it expects to share the proceeds with its employees.

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    Rising costs may threaten US majors’ profit margins in 2020


    Consumer confidence in the US economy and a declining unemployment rate drove demand for air travel in 2019. That was good news for the four major US carriers, but for three of them there was the question of whether they would have the aircraft to meet that rising demand.

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    American Airlines will add 20 new routes for summer 2020


    American Airlines says it will be flying at least 20 new seasonal routes starting in the summer of 2020, including to Martha’s Vineyard and Nantucket, as well as additional connections from two secondary US cities to its Latin American Gateway hub, Miami.

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    American's flight attendants weigh Boeing suit over Max grounding


    American Airlines’ flight attendants union will determine this week if it has sufficient grounds to sue Boeing for damages resulting from the March 2019 grounding of 737 Max aircraft.

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    Tailwind and poor braking present before ERJ-145 excursion


    ​Preliminary indications suggest the Envoy Air Embraer ERJ-145 which suffered a runway excursion at Chicago O'Hare had landed with a tailwind in gusting conditions.

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    American pushes 737 Max service re-entry to March


    American Airlines has taken the grounded Boeing 737 Max out of its schedule until 5 March 2020. The announcement comes following Southwest Airlines' statement earlier in the day that it too would delay scheduling the aircraft until early March.