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American Airlines Issues Alerts For Florida Airports Over Irma ConcernsAmerican Airlines has issued a travel alert for 27 airports, including some in South Florida,  due to Hurricane Irma. 
American Airlines Lets Travelers Rebook Caribbean Trip Ahead Of Irma American Airlines is giving some customers a chance to rebook their flights due to Hurricane Irma. 
Severe Turbulence Leaves American Air Passengers All Shook Up
American Air Dedicates Boeing 777 To Mechanic For 75 Years Of ServiceAfter working for American Airlines for 75 years, Azreil "Al" Blackman says he does not intend to retire any time soon.
Hawaii-Bound Passengers Noticed Unruly Man Before Take-OffAfter landing in Honolulu on a flight from Los Angeles, witnesses described a midair disruption involving an unruly man who was subdued by flight attendants and passengers after his attempts to get to the front of the jetliner, forcing fighter jets to escort the plane.
Senators Decry State Of Air Travel After Passenger IncidentsAir travel has become a combustible mix in the United States in which passengers aren't the only ones treated unfairly, senators were told Thursday.
Same Lawyer Now Representing United Airlines And American Airlines PassengersIt appears the victims from separate incidents on United and American Airlines flights may be getting a common ally.
American Airlines Flight Attendant To Angry Passenger: 'Hit Me'American Airlines has grounded a flight attendant who got into a verbal confrontation with a passenger after the flight attendant took a baby stroller away from another passenger.
American Airlines Brings Back Free Meals On FlightsAmerican Airlines is bringing back the free meals for travelers on certain cross-country flights starting May 1st.
United, American Start Selling Cheaper TicketsAmerican Airlines and United are now selling less expensive tickets for budget-conscious travelers.
Jason Derulo Says Celebrity Status Saved Him From American Airlines DiscriminationSinger Jason Derulo says his celebrity status is the only thing that kept him out of cuffs after being discriminated against at MIA.
American Air Opens First Ticketing Office In Havana Amid veiled threats from President Trump that he would roll back the normalization process with Cuba that began under the Obama administration, American Airlines has taken a big step and opened its first ticketing office on the island.

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