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American Airlines had 59,574 full-time equivalent employees on the payroll in December, according to numbers released last week by the U.S.
When Carole DiSalvo began working as an American Airlines Inc. stewardess, she thought she might stay a couple of years...Back then, people were getting married a lot younger than they are now. So two years was truly about the maximum that you would
The parent of American Airlines said Wednesday that it earned $262 million in the fourth quarter, a turnaround from a year-ago loss as the company goes through a bankruptcy restructuring. AMR Corp. has been cutting jobs and reworking labor contracts.
In a hotline message sent out to pilots, the Allied Pilots Association said its board of directors voted to present American with a counter-proposal on Friday afternoon. The Fort Worth-based carrier responded by agreeing to the proposal. "APA
As we wrote Friday evening, the Allied Pilots Association's negotiating committee told members Sunday that pay and scope are two key issues still at issue in the negotiations between the APA and American Airlines. The committee said it hopes to have
An American Airlines passenger jet glides in under the moon as it lands at LaGuardia airport in New YorkNew York, August 28, 2012. American Airlines and ticket distributor Sabre Holdings said on Wednesday they have settled a dispute over alleged anti-
Can Airline Food Be Delicious? (I'm Skeptical) That in-flight meal you had on a recent plane ride from JFK to LAX probably won't rank in the top ten culinary experiences of your life. And there's a reason so many travelers prefer to eat at the
A judge on Thursday questioned whether United Airlines could be held responsible for suspected airport security lapses that allowed hijackers onto the American Airlines plane that slammed into the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Thursday's
R Corp., the parent of American Airlines Inc., today reported a third quarter net loss of $238 million, or 71 cents per share, compared with $162 million, 48 cents per share, in the same period of 2011. Excluding reorganization and special charges,
The Allied Pilots Association issued a press release Friday afternoon that, like a week earlier, defended American Airlines pilots for the increased number of maintenance problems they've been writing up. Federal aviation regulations and American