Flying To Havana? American Airlines To Resume 'Scheduled Service To Cuba' From MiamiAmerican Airlines announced Tuesday that they will be resuming "scheduled service to Cuba" on November 4 with three daily flights from Miami to Havana.
American Airlines To Layoff Two Thousand Employees In South FloridaThirty-two-thousand airline employees are being furloughed after a federal prohibition on job cuts expired on Thursday.
American Airlines To Eliminate 19,000 Jobs In OctoberAmerican Airlines announced Tuesday that it will eliminate 19,000 jobs in October as it struggles with a sharp downturn in travel because of the pandemic.
American Airlines Joins Other Airlines In Booking Flights To Full CapacityAir travel though still anemic is showing signs of life and airlines that were stressing social distancing are taking a second look at selling tickets for middle seats.
Former American Airlines Mechanic Sentenced To 3 Years For Attempting To Sabotage MIA PlaneA former American Airlines mechanic charged with trying to destroy a plane was sentenced Wednesday to 37 months in prison.
American Airlines To Waive Certain Fees Over Coronavirus OutbreakMiami-based American Airlines is offering passengers some flexibility because of the coronavirus outbreak.
Petition Calling On Airlines To Allow Parents To Be Seated With Their Kids For No Extra ChargeAccording to Consumer Reports, many airlines require travelers pay extra to be guaranteed a seat next to children under 13.
Miami Airline Mechanic Who Pleaded Guilty To Jetliner Sabotage To Be Sentenced In MarchAbdul-Majeed Marouf Ahmed Alani, the American Airlines mechanic with possible ties to Muslim extremists, will be sentenced in March for trying to sabotage a plane at Miami International Airport.
American Airlines Mechanic Pleads Guilty To Sabotaging PlaneAbdul-Majeed Marouf Ahmed Alani, the American Airlines mechanic with possible ties to Muslim extremists, pleaded guilty Wednesday to sabotaging a plane.
Miami Bound Flight Diverted After Woman Faked Medical Condition A Miami bound American Airlines flight from Pensacola was forced to return to the airport after a woman demanding a larger seat faked a medical condition.
Facing South Florida: MIA Worker ProtestsAs Jim DeFede has reported on over the course of this year, the workers at our airports are often mistreated and facing troubling conditions.
American Airlines Flight Attendants Arrested At MIA, Accused Of Money LaunderingFour American Airlines flight attendants are facing money laundering charges after they were arrested at Miami International Airport on Monday evening.
Miami Boy's Disney "Wish" Granted Thanks To American Airlines, Make A WishA four-year-old Miami boy suffering from a chronic illness is going to Disney World.
Man Detained At MIA After Forcing His Way Onto American Airlines FlightA passenger at Miami International Airport was detained early Monday morning and it was caught on video after he tried to force his way onto a plane.
Former American Air Mechanic Accused Of Sabotaging Flight Due Pleads Not GuiltyA former American Airlines mechanic suspected of sabotaging the navigation system on a plane leaving Miami was arraigned Friday morning in federal court in Miami.