Reports: American & US Air May Announce Merger This WeekOne of South Florida’s largest employers will likely get larger this week when American Airlines and US Airways are expected to announce a long-awaited merger. The merger would create the country’s biggest airline if it was approved by regulators.
One Injured After Car Slams Into AmbulanceA car crashed an ambulance in Miami late Thursday afternoon.
Report: American Airlines Wins Key Decision Over Pilots UnionAMR Corp, the parent company of American Airlines, won a key ruling Tuesday that will allow it to impose terms on its pilots union.
American & U.S. Airways Merger Talks UnderwayMiami’s largest air carrier, American Airlines, is moving one step closer to a potential mega-merger with U.S. Airways.
US Airways Sets Terms For Takeover Of American AirlinesUS Airways have filed the first paperwork to begin the process of taking over American Airlines, which is currently in Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection.
American Airlines To Cut 13,000 Jobs American Airlines employees in Miami are anxiously awaiting to find out if they still have a job after the air carrier’s parent company, AMR, announced that they planned to lay off 13,000 workers.
American Airlines Offering Free Booze On Int'l FlightsAmerican Airlines is telling international passengers to "have a drink on us."
American Airlines, Miami's Biggest Airline, Files For BankruptcyPassengers, employees, and people who make their living in aviation are wondering what happens next, after AMR, the parent company of American Airlines, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Tuesday morning. The airline with more than half the traffic at Miami International Airport said it will continue mostly normal operations as it tries to sort out its finances.
American Airlines Loses $162 Million In 3QAmerican Airlines, who has one of its biggest hubs in Miami, struggled again in the third fiscal quarter, sinking to a $162 million loss.
American Airlines On Final Approach?American Airlines stock rebounded somewhat Tuesday after analysts said they don't envision the company running out of money - or filing for bankruptcy - at least not any time soon.