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The Transport Workers Union plans to contest the Teamsters' attempt to force a representation vote among American Airlines mechanics. Tulsa International Airport plans to roll out a more aggressive set of incentives to lure new airlines and new
The Transport Workers Union plans to contest the Teamsters attempt to force a representation vote among American Airlines mechanics, alleging the rival union forged signatures on a petition. A TWU official said Wednesday that they have gathered
Honeywell International Inc.'s aerospace business will complete a study by the end of July to plan an expansion in the $45 billion market for aircraft mechanical parts, said Tim Mahoney, the unit's CEO. Retired American Airlines maintenance worker
which announced Monday that it has increased the size of its aircraft acquisition facility -- financing for aircraft purchases -- from $250 million to $450 million. FLY noted that in addition to adding two new lenders, Everbank and Scotiabank, to the
Today I'm announcing I will not seek re-election as governor of Texas.'' Gov. Rick Perry saying he won't seek a fourth full term in office next year, but notably didn't say whether another run for the White House in 2016 could be next.
US Airways will relocate its Las Vegas operation from the A Concourse to the D Concourse at McCarran International Airport this week, McCarran officials said. Starting Wednesday morning, US Airways flights and their passengers will arrive and depart
The FBI is investigating an incident that took place aboard a passenger flight that landed at Charlotte Douglas International Airport. FBI spokeswoman Shelley Lynch wrote in an email to The Charlotte Observer on Wednesday night that agents were "
We have statements from American Airlines and US Airways in response to the lawsuit filed Tuesday in San Francisco that seeks to block their merger: This lawsuit is completely without merit. The combination of American and US Airways brings together
US Airways' proposed $11 billion merger with AMR Corp.'s American Airlines will be investigated for its effect on consumers and competition by 18 state attorneys general led by Texas. "We can confirm that Texas leads among states in the review of the
New Zealand Government's approach to fees seen as too light handed as industry struggles with profitability. Passengers are suffering because New Zealand's "light-handed" regulation allows airports and Airways NZ to push up fees, says the head of the