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The conversation around business traveler satisfaction is growing. American Airlines’ refreshed corporate benefits show that the airline is listening. Continue reading American Airlines Revamps Its Corporate Recognition Benefits
This summer, American Airlines received good news: The U.S. Department of Transportation gave final approval of the airline’s joint business agreement with Qantas. Continue reading American Airlines Receives Final Approval of Its Joint Business With Qantas and Announces New Routes
Passengers flying American Airlines this summer may want to thank a federal judge in Texas for saving their travel plans. Continue reading American Airlines Union Dispute More Disruptive Than 737 Max Grounding
One of the busiest airports in the United States is adding a $3 billion terminal, which is expected to push new national and international routes through the busy hub and attract more airlines to fly there. Continue reading DFW Expanding with New $3B Terminal
With hardly any fanfare other than a press release, American Airlines this week rolled out a new addition to its fleet—the Airbus A321neo. Continue reading American Airlines Discreetly Introduces New Plane
Even many seasoned travelers have overhead-bin anxiety. Can Boeing and Airbus find a way to make it easier to match travelers with bin space? Continue reading Overhead Bins Stir Lots of Flyer Anxiety: Digital Tech Is Here to Help
Almost two weeks after the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) grounded all Boeing 737 MAX jets, and still without a clear timeline for them to go back into service, airlines are still dealing with the impact. Continue reading Boeing 737 MAX Update: Flight Cancellations Continue for American Airlines, Southwest