An American Airlines spokesperson told FOX Business the company hopes the new wine delivery program will bring in $40,000 to $50,000 in sales during the first quarter.
American Airlines' wholly-owned regional subsidiary PSA Airlines plans to resume new pilot hiring this year, a positive sign for an industry that was ravaged last year by the coronavirus pandemic but is now preparing to ramp up flying.
The Federal Aviation Administration has said pilots and controllers must not fly or conduct safety-related duties for 48 hours after receiving a COVID-19 vaccine.
A growing list of businesses are pausing or reviewing political contributions in response to efforts against the certification of the Electoral College and the Capitol riot by a group of Trump supporters that followed.
In the wake of Wednesday's chaos at the Capitol, U.S. airlines are responding by strengthening security measures.
Airlines are working with law enforcement and airport agencies in the Washington area to ensure the safety of travelers and workers
The agency said they were prompted to revise its rules partly because passengers carrying unusual animals on board “eroded the public trust in legitimate service animals.”
The airline- which had never laid off a worker in its 49-year history-- had cautioned just weeks ago that nearly 7,000 workers were in danger of losing their job come within a few months if their unions did not accept pay cuts of about 10%.
The Max was grounded in March 2019 for 20 months after two fatal crashes in five months killed 346 people.
As part of the new package, the airline industry will receive $15 billion for passenger air carriers and $1 billion for contractors to be exclusively used for employee wages, salaries, and benefits. In order to be eligible, airlines must agree to avoid furloughs or pay and benefit reductions until March 31. Airlines are also required to recall employees involuntarily furloughed between Oct. 1 and the date the airlines agree to the bill's rules.
Total passenger demand for flight travel was down 70.6% in Oct. compared to a year ago, latest statistics from IATA show.
American says it's the first major carrier to offer this expansive preflight testing program within the United States.
There aren’t dependable numbers for how many pilots have been affected, but union officials and aviation experts say it is already the deepest cull of the profession ever.
In response to what's known as "Giving Tuesday," some of the country's largest carriers have begun encouraging their customers to donate air miles to help offset travel costs for organizations.
Southwest Airlines, which has never laid off a worker in its 49-year history, notified 6,828 employees that they may be involuntarily furloughed next year as the airline industry continues to suffer amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The moment marked the first time the plane has flown the public since a pair of fatal crashes involving the aircraft less than five months apart forced U.S. regulators to ground the plane in March 2019.
The move follows reports of lengthy waits facing airline crews upon arrival, limited local accommodations and restrictions on their movement in China
The airline industry is readying its fleet to help deliver shipments of the forthcoming COVID-19 vaccines pending approval from health officials.
United is among the major U.S. airlines that began implementing temporary waivers of change fees this year
American Airlines has responded to earlier reports that the carrier is planning to downplay the branding of its Boeing 737 MAX aircraft before reintroducing the planes to service.