American Airlines is celebrating 80 years of service to Mexico this month. In 1942, the airline launched service from Dallas to Mexico City with a Douglas DC-3 aircraft, first stopping in Monterrey to refuel. With this flight, Mexico became the …
American Airlines Group Inc. announced the election of Vicente Reynal, 48, to its board of directors. “We are very excited to welcome Vicente to American’s board of directors,” said American’s Chairman Doug Parker. “Vicente has extensive experience leading global industrial …
American Airlines announced that Ganesh Jayaram has been named Executive Vice President and Chief Digital and Information Officer (CDIO), effective Sept. 1. Jayaram will report to American’s CEO Robert Isom.
Though the COVID-19 pandemic-induced travel demand is a positive for the global airline industry, certain factors such as rising airfares, staff shortages, and travel protocols in the wake of new disease variants pose new challenges to the airline companies.
For the first time in aviation history, a CORSIA-certified batch of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) was delivered to a commercial airline. American Airlines took possession of a batch of Neste MY Sustainable Aviation FuelTM at San Francisco International Airport.
Approximately two-thirds of the airports globally are expecting travel disruptions. The Dutch hub has been struggling hugely with passenger management lately. The increase in the number of customers and the unavailability of the pilots has pushed the management to be very difficult. However, this blow will hit badly the customers who are going home.
American Airlines have decided to introduce a pay hike to retain the pilots in the face of increasing labour shortage. This hike might be even more than the package that has been originally proposed to the pilots.