United To Offer Bumped Flyers Up To $10K After Video FlapUnited Airlines is raising the limit to $10,000 for payments to customers who give up seats on oversold flights and will increase training for employees as they deal with fallout from videos of a passenger being dragged off a flight.
United Pledges To Review Policies On Removal Of PassengersAfter the video that's gone viral of a man being dragged off a United flight by security, the head of the airline said they were reaching out to the man to "resolve this situation."
United, American Start Selling Cheaper TicketsAmerican Airlines and United are now selling less expensive tickets for budget-conscious travelers.
United Air Cracking Down On Over-Sized Carry On BagsUnited Airlines has begun cracking down on passengers who try to stuff oversized carry-on bags into the overhead storage bins.
American Completes Merger Deal With US AirwaysAmerian Airlines parent company AMR Corporation completed its merger deal Monday with US Airways to officially form American Airlines Group Inc.
American Airlines & US Airways Announce MergerIn a move that will create the world's biggest airline, American Airlines and US Airways announced late Wednesday that they will merge.
UnitedHealthcare To Keep Key Provisions Of Health Care Law IntactAs the Supreme Court prepares to release its long awaited decision on the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act; the nation’s largest insurer isn’t waiting to announce it will keep at least two key provisions of the health care reform law.
Delta Expansion Adds Non-Stops Between MIA, LaGuardiaTravelers using Miami International Airport will be getting faster flights to LaGuardia using Delta airlines, part of a major expansion of the airline's service at the New York airport announced Friday.
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.
I-Team: Unmanned Control TowersHe was the lone person on duty at Reagan National Airport when a plane, coming in from Miami, was ready to land. But the pilot got no response from the tower. It seems the controller was asleep on the job.

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