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NORTHAMPTON, MA / ACCESSWIRE / December 7, 2022 / Reducing our carbon footprint is the most impactful way American can minimize our impact on the environment, but we also work hard to improve environmental sustainability across all of our …
Airlines, especially full-fare ones, rarely make changes that passengers actually like, but American has made a change customers will love.
Reducing our carbon footprint is the most impactful way American can minimize our impact on the environment, but we also work hard to improve environmental sustainability across all of our operations - from how we construct and power our corporate facilities to how we source the products we provide to our customers on board and in our lounges.
American Airlines has returned to profitability and is seeing top-line strength. See why I rate AAL stock a Hold.
If the deal is approved by Delta pilots, it is widely expected to act as a benchmark for contract negotiations at rivals United Airlines and American Airlines.
CHICAGO — Delta Air Lines’ offer to give pilots a 34% cumulative pay increase in a new four-year contract has boosted hopes of similar raises at rivals United Airlines, American Airlines. While Delta’s offer still requires the approval of union leaders and then a ratification by its pilots, aviators at United and American told Reuters […]
Protracted discussions between airlines and pilots have been hindered by rival carriers' offers.
American Airlines is closing its San Francisco crew base and asking 400 flight attendants to leave California or leave the airline
"This is home," said Marcia Brown, a flight attendant who has been based in San Francisco for 38 years.
The proposal still needs to be approved by union leaders and then would have to be ratified by Delta’s pilots. But an agreement would set a bar for rivals that are also trying to hammer out new contracts.