An American Airlines flight from New York City to Orange County, California, was diverted to Denver on Wednesday after a passenger allegedly assaulted a flight attendant, according to reports.
A government watchdog said Friday that federal safety regulators routinely fail to ensure that American Airlines gets to the cause of maintenance shortcomings when they are discovered.
A crowd of current and former American Airlines employees and their supporters protested outside the carrier's headquarters on Friday over the company's COVID-19 vaccine mandate.
As October winds down, Americans around the country are booking flights home for the holidays.
The Allied Pilots Association and Southwest Airlines Pilots Association cited a significant increase in reports to the Federal Aviation Administration's Aviation Safety Action Program (ASAP) about distractions in the cockpit, including discussions about the airlines' vaccine mandates.
Following a meeting with management and labor leaders, the Association of Professional Flight Attendants told members in a Monday notice that officials "exploring accommodations that would allow employees to continue to work."
Southwest and American Airlines, both based out of Texas, reportedly plan to continue requiring the vaccine for its employees despite Gov. Greg Abbott’s new ban on vaccine mandates this week.
American Airlines has warned its employees that they will be fired if they are not fully vaccinated from COVID-19 by Nov. 24, and IBM has told its workers they will face being suspended without pay if they are not fully vaccinated by Dec. 8.
Searching for flights on Google just got “greener.”
In addition to the resolution, the Allied Pilots Association plans to launch a series of informational picketing events, which are slated for Oct. 19 at Miami International Airport, Oct. 26 at Chicago O'Hare International Airport ORD, Nov. 4 at Dallas/Forth Worth International Airport and Dec. 9 at Los Angles International Airport.
JetBlue and American Airlines pledged to forge ahead with their planned partnership at northeastern U.S. airports after the Justice Department filed an antitrust lawsuit to block the deal.
Billionaire Bill Gates’ nonprofit Breakthrough Energy has secured investments from seven corporate giants to develop clean energy technology, the organization announced on Monday.
Some employees returning to work are being penalized or are receiving separate benefits depending on whether or not they are vaccinated against the coronavirus.
After deplaning, American said the passengers were rebooked on the next flight to Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Several leading U.S. airlines warned Thursday that the rise in COVID-19 cases due to the delta variant is hurting their bookings and further delaying a recovery for the travel industry.
The labor union representing American Airlines pilots said it will begin informational picketing in coming weeks at the carrier's major hubs to protest their work schedule, fatigue, and lack of adequate accommodation over the summer.
The Texas-based carrier informed employees of the new policy after the U.S. Food and Drug Administration gave full approval to Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine.
Power was restored for some customers in Eastern New Orleans on Wednesday as residents struggled to find food and clean drinking water amidst sweltering heat.
Major U.S. carriers issued travel waivers ahead of Hurricane Ida to help droves of customers who will be impacted by flight delays and cancelations.
Olivia Culpo is seemingly giving her business to American Airlines after a recent disastrous situation with JetBlue.