NAACP Cautions Black Passengers About Flying With American AirlinesThe civil rights organization has issued a national travel advisory to alert travelers, especially African Americans.
American Airlines, Charity Team Up To Send 100,000 Meals To Puerto RicoAmerican Airlines workers partnered with Minnesota-based charity Feed My Starving Children to pack up about 100,000 meals for Puerto Rico.
Airlines Scrambling Ahead Of Hurricane Irma's Landfall In FloridaAirlines are keeping a close eye on Irma, which was still a catastrophic category 5 hurricane Thursday as it churned across the Caribbean.
"Disruptive" Woman Removed From Flight To ChicagoA flight from Atlanta to Chicago was delayed four hours on Wednesday, after a woman caused a disturbance and was removed from the plane.
American Airlines Plane ‘Makes Contact’ With Plane At O’HareAmerican Airlines aircraft “came into contact” with a SkyWest operated American Eagle aircraft while taxiing on the runway.
American Flight Delayed After Passenger Won't Turn Off Cell Phone Passengers on an O'Hare flight to Raleigh-Durham were delayed after a passenger refused to turn off his cell phone.
Flight From O'Hare Lands At DuPage Airport Due To Smoke In The CabinAn American Airlines flight made an emergency landing at DuPage Airport on Monday, after the plane began filling with smoke.
10 More Passengers Sue After Engine Fire On O’Hare TarmacTen passengers have filed lawsuits against Boeing, General Electric Aviation and American Airlines after the airplane they were on caught fire last October on the tarmac of O’Hare International Airport when part of an engine failed.
American Airlines Plane Makes Emergency Landing In ChicagoAn American Airlines plane made an emergency landing at O’Hare International Airport on Wednesday afternoon.
American, United Launching Automated Screening At O'HareThe Transportation Security Administration said the new automated lanes are estimated to reduce wait times at screening checkpoints by 30 percent.
NTSB: Engine Disk Was Cracked From Fatigue Before O'Hare Plane FireAn engine disk that broke apart and forced an American Airlines jet to abort a takeoff in Chicago last week shows signs of fatigue cracking, according to a preliminary report released Friday by accident investigators.
How Serious Was The American Airlines Plane Fire At O'Hare?CBS 2 spoke to Chicago area aviation lawyer, Floyd Wisner via Skype, who says he believes this same situation has happened at least three times in the past year.

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