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American Airlines Flights Restart Following Two-Hour Delay

American Airlines flights into Chicago, Dallas and Miami were halted nationwide on Thursday because of computer problems.

Donald Trump Had a Mixed Record Running an Airline

Donald Trump's 18 months at The Trump Shuttle sound familiar: He fired the president, left the banks hanging, inspired employees and made a little money.

United Air Shares Should Gain on Credit Card Deal, Analysts Say

United Airlines, JPMorgan Chase and Visa extend the carrier's credit card program.

American Air Pitt Dispatchers Trade Steeler Games for Job Security

The American Airlines/US Airways merger meant that about 270 dispatchers, maintenance control technicians and maintenance planners moved to Fort Worth, Texas, from Pittsburgh.

Southwest-Focused Baltimore Airport Lures Its Boss Back Home

Southwest's biggest East Coast airport lures airport boss Ricky Smith home from Cleveland, which lost its hub to the United/Continental merger

Why Dump Smisek? United Wasn't First Airline to Fly a Pol's Route

United CEO Jeff Smisek was apparently dismissed for doing something airlines have long done -- establishing flights that benefit politicians.

United Airlines' Unions Hope New CEO Can Resolve Lingering Labor Problems

Jeff Smisek resigns as United CEO. Under his five-year tenure, he never managed to win the support of United's UAL labor unions.

For US Airways Pilots Union, the Final Chapter Describes a Sad Ending

American Airlines' merger with US Airways will soon be followed by a sad end for USAPA, the US Airways pilots union

Delta Shares Gain as Traffic Trends Exceed Wall Street Expectations

Delta says August unit revenue fell 6.5%, less than some Wall Street analysts had expected which reinforces top-end third-quarter guidance.

Gulf Airlines Eat Into Traffic on American, Delta, United

American, Delta and United are losing a few hundred thousand Mideast, Africa, Indian subcontinent and southeast Asia passengers each year to the Gulf airlines, new figures show.

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