On Thursday morning, American Airlines Group announced that they had ordered 90 large regional jets with options for an additional 130. The orders will be split between Embraer S.A. of Brazil and Bombardier, Inc. of Canada, and are expected to replace the 44- and 50- seat regional jets currently operating under the American Eagle brand.
In Dallas early Monday morning, officials from AMR Corporation and US Airways formally finalized the merger of the two carriers, forming American Airlines Group, Inc. The merged carriers have, with the stroke of a pen, become the largest airline in the world.
Two more wasted men—one of them an airline pilot—made headlines on Friday when each disrupted separate flights to New York.
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The Federal Aviation Administration announced it would fine American Eagle Airlines for operating flights with inaccurate weight and balance data and for flying a plane for a week with an improperly repaired engine.
AMR Corp. on Friday reported that American Airlines’ November traffic rose 4.3% to 9.90 billion revenue passenger miles or RPMs from 9.49 billion RPMs in the previous year.
American Airlines and American Eagle on Wednesday announced that they will increase departures and add ten new destinations from LAX.