It remains one of the worst air disasters in U.S. history. Thirty-two years ago, American Airlines Flight 191 crashed after take-off from O’Hare International Airport, killing 271 people on board and two people on the ground. Now, for the first time, a memorial will stand in their honor.
All passengers aboard the American Airlines 777 were safe in Nashville after an undetermined illness detoured a flight from Chicago to Miami.
The village of Oswego commemorated the 9/11 anniversary on Sunday with a special contribution from two parents who feel the loss of the attacks every day.
Two people were injured at Los Angeles International Airport in the collapse of a jetway for at plane that had just arrived from Chicago.
The crash of American Airlines Flight 191 in 1979 was the deadliest non-terror related airplane disaster in U.S. aviation history.
All 231 passengers aboard an American Airlines flight were evacuated via an emergency slide after a landing gear caught fire Friday afternoon at O’Hare International Airport.
An Illinois Court has ordered American Airlines to publish its fares and flight schedule on Orbitz Worldwide’s travel sites after the carrier pulled its content from the sites last year, Orbitz said on Wednesday.
An American Airlines flight headed to Chicago was forced to return to Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport after the pilot reported light smoke in the cabin.
Two flights to and from Chicago were disrupted by unruly passengers in a period of 24 hours this weekend.
A Paris-bound American Airlines flight from Dallas had an unexpected stop at O’Hare after an unruly passenger prompted the pilots to make an unscheduled landing.
A plane headed for Chicago made an emergency landing in Dayton, Ohio, Friday morning, and two passengers were taken to the hospital.
The airlines are good about paying for repairs when they damage wheelchairs, but passengers with disabilities think they can do a better job avoiding the problem in the first place.
With some obstacles out of the way, the expansion project at O’Hare International Airport is moving ahead.
Two planes, including one from Chicago, landed at Reagan National Airport in Washington, D.C., without clearance this week, because they couldn’t reach anyone in the tower.
A partial agreement has been reached in the long-running dispute between the City of Chicago and two major airlines over the O’Hare expansion project.
Mayor Richard M. Daley was in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday, meeting with executives from American and United airlines to discuss plans to expand O’Hare International Airport.
Former U.S. Rep. Ray LaHood, who now serves as President Barack Obama’s transportation secretary, is stepping in to mediate the ongoing feud between Mayor Richard M. Daley and two major airlines.
A brief power outage at O’Hare International airport, shut down ticketing computers and forced security to hall screenings for about 20 minutes on Monday.
Mayor Richard M. Daley questioned whether two major airlines at O’Hare International Airport are trying to stall on plans to expand O’Hare until after the upcoming mayoral election.
All airlines at Midway International Airport have canceled operations for the rest of the day and up through Wednesday afternoon, as had most airlines at O’Hare International Airport, as a historic blizzard blows into the area.