Cousin Speaks Out After Murder-Suicide Involving 2 American Airlines EmployeesThe cousin of a veteran American Airlines baggage handler is speaking out after police said the airline employee was shot and killed by his girlfriend who then took her own life Friday.
S. Fla Airports Prepare For Change Amid American-US Airways MergerUS Airways makes its final flight ahead of a merger with American Airlines.
Flight Attendant Talks About Encounter With Pope FrancisFlight attendant Christian Marin never imagined he’d have the chance to ask Pope Francis to personally bless his cherished 1916 bible and he certainly never dreamed he’d be with the pontiff on every leg of his trip to the United States.
American Announces Tentative Deal With Gate, Ticket AgentsAmerican Airlines and union officials may have struck a deal, at least a tentative one, offering higher wages for thousands of employees.
Computer Issues Temporarily Ground American Air FlightsSome travelers flying American Airlines into and out of Miami International Airport encountered delays Thursday after computer issues grounded flights.
Unruly Woman Disrupts Miami To Chicago FlightAn American Airlines flight from Miami to Chicago had to make an emergency landing after a woman became very disruptive.
Life Sentence For Drifter Who Killed AA Employee in 1997A 50-year-old drifter who strangled an American Airlines employee in May of 1997 was sentenced Tuesday to life behind bars.
Woman Arrested For Smoking, Ranting On Plane Explains HerselfA woman arrested for going on a rant and smoking a cigarette on an airplane isn't making any excuses for her actions that day.
No Bond For Woman Charged In MIA Security ScareA woman, who police say tried to smash through Miami International Airport's doors, appeared in federal court Friday afternoon.
Student Accused Of Using Other Users' AA Frequent Flyer MilesA foreign student living in South Florida is accused using other people's frequent flyer miles.
Cuba Policy Change Will Have Impact On Travel & MoneyWednesday’s historic announcement on U.S. and Cuba relations opened the door to more than just diplomacy.
A "MAAgical" Flight For Miami Children With Life-Threatening Conditions There was something magical in the air Friday morning. Two Miami children joined several others from around the country and the world on a "mAAgical" flight to Orlando.