Flights From Philly To Brussels Resume In Summer, With ChangesAmerican Airlines flights from Philadelphia to Brussels, Belgium will resume in June.
Countries Largest Carrier Suspends Travel To And From BrusselsIn the wake of the recent terror attacks in Belgium, American Airlines, the largest carrier in the United States, has suspended all flights to and from Brussels until Thursday, April 7, according to officials.
Pilot Charged With Being Drunk Before Flight From DetroitA 50-year-old American Airlines co-pilot who was grounded on suspicion of drunkenness at an airport near Detroit has been charged with operating under the influence of alcohol.
Philly-Bound Flight Cancelled After Co-Pilot Suspected Of Being DrunkThe Federal Aviation Administration said the co-pilot was held from flight 736 from Detroit to Philadelphia on Saturday morning. He's suspected of having a blood-alcohol level above the legal limit.
Travel Woes As American Airlines Cancels All Philadelphia Flights, Amtrak Modifies ServiceAmerican Airlines has announced that it is cancelling hundreds of flights up and down the east coast in advance of the winter storm.
Blog: American Airlines Lifts Penalties In Advance Of Snow Storm
U.S. Airways' Final Flight Lands At Philly InternationalU.S. Airways has flown into the history books. The carrier's final flight arrived early Saturday in Philadelphia. Now, the airline officially merges with American Airlines and the U.S. Airways brand disappears.
Airport Employees From Philly, DC Ask DOJ To Investigate One Of World's Largest AirlinesScores of employees who work for American Airlines and US Airways asked the DOJ to investigate claims of race discrimination and unsafe working conditions.
Overseas Flight To Philadelphia Makes Emergency Landing In RomeU.S. Airways flight 797 from Tel Aviv, Israel to Philadelphia made an unscheduled landing in Rome Saturday after a odor was detected and 13 passengers and crew members became ill.
Worried About Travel During Wednesday's Snow? Hold Your Horses, One Airline AdvisesIf the weather is making you nervous about flying on Wednesday and you want to change your flight, it's a bit too soon to say whether airlines would waive their change fees.
3 On Your Side: Same Airline Flight But Different PricesTogether they've merged to become the largest airline in the world, but as American Airlines and U.S. Airways slowly combine forces, passengers could be paying more than they have to!
With American-US Air Merger Official, 'Business As Usual' at PHL Airport The parent company of the newly merged American Airlines and US Airways says that as it continues the process of forming the world's largest airline, consumers will see only gradual changes.

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