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ROUTES Nov 26, 2022 British Airways to Begin Service to Cincinnati British Airways announced that it will commence service to the American city of Cincinnati starting in June of 2023. This comes with the airline's continuous expansion to its North American network following its string of new partnerships with multiple European and North American airlines. Read More →
NEWS Oct 13, 2022 Suspicious Odor Causes American Airlines Flight to Divert American Airlines Flight 338 makes an emergency landing at Miami International Airport, due to a suspicious smell Read More →
NEWS Oct 12, 2022 American Airlines Set to Open 600-Room Staff-Only Hotel In October 2015, American Airlines announced their plans to build a new corporate campus next to their existing Fort Worth, Texas campus. Seven years later, the final addition to the new campus is almost completed, with the conference center and employee hotel scheduled to open in the first quarter of 2023. The new campus is named after Robert L. Crandall who served as the CEO of American Airlines from 1985 until 1998. Read More →
NEWS Sep 28, 2022 VIDEO: Passenger Assaults American Airlines Flight Attendant A Friday afternoon flight turned violent after a passenger assaulted an American Airlines flight attendant shortly after takeoff. The passenger was restrained and arrested upon the aircraft's arrival in Los Angeles. Read More →
ROUTES Sep 28, 2022 American Airlines Cuts Long Haul Service Between New York and Chile Recently American Airlines announced the termination of its New York to Santiago route in order to pursue its JetBlue partnership. This leaves room for competitors such as LATAM to potentially monopolize this route. Read More →
NEWS Sep 02, 2022 American Airlines to Eliminate Flagship First Class American Airlines, one of the last major western airlines to fly a true first class cabin, is finally pulling the plug. In the coming years, planes currently flying with "Flagship First" will be retrofitted with brand new cabins. Read More →
NEWS Aug 22, 2022 American Airlines Restores CRJ200 Through Partnership With Air Wisconsin Amid the retirement of American Airlines's CRJ-200s during the pandemic, American Airlines will reintroduce the 50-seater city hopper to its regional fleet mix. The airline announced a new agreement with regional carrier Air Wisconsin, basing up to 60 CRJ-200s mostly at its Chicago O'Hare hub. In exchange, Air Wisconsin will terminate services with United Express where it services United's hubs in Chicago O'Hare and Washington-Dulles. Read More →
NEWS Aug 11, 2022 Boeing Resumes 787 Deliveries After One Year Lull After resolving a plethora of quality control issues, the FAA cleared the resumption of Boeing 787 deliveries. As a result, American Airlines received the first Boeing 787 delivery since 2021 on Wednesday, marking a new era. Read More →
NEWS Aug 09, 2022 Hydrogen-Powered Aircraft? American Airlines Invests in ZeroAvia Alternative-fuel sources or new technology, such as hydrogen-powered aircraft concepts, are one of several ways to reduce the aviation sector's climate impact. Aiming to achieve lower fuel consumption and CO2 emissions, American Airlines announced its investment in ZeroAvia, a developer of hydrogen-electric powertrain technology that aims to ‚Äúdrive emissions-free flying." Read More →
NEWS Jul 16, 2022 American Airlines Flight Attendant Named Longest Serving in History Guinness World Records recently recognized Boston Woman Bette Nash as the Longest Serving and Most Senior Flight Attendant in History. Joining the Airline as a stewardess in 1957 (the same year as the first man-made satellite launch), Bette has served over 65 years with American Airlines, racking up thousands of miles. Read More →