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Woman says she wasn’t allowed on American Airlines flight because mask was see-through

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (FOX 46 CHARLOTTE)- A woman was not allowed on her flight out of Charlotte Douglas Airport, all because of the type of mask she was wearing. Despite being offered a disposable mask, the passenger chose not to wear one provided by the airline, which meant she couldn’t fly. “’You can’t wear that, you have to wear a different mask.’ I said, ‘well why?’” Tarus Woelk said. “‘Well, I can see your mouth.’” A short flight up to Virginia turned into a mess of misunderstanding

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Woman says she wasn’t allowed on American Airlines flight because mask was see-through

American Again To Serve as Official Airline of Dream Flights

American Airlines will again be the sponsor of Dream Flights. (photo via Michael Valdez/iStock Unreleased) American Airlines has agreed to serve as the Official Airline of Dream Flights; it was announced on Friday. It is the second straight year the airline has served in that capacity. ADVERTISING Dream Flights is a nonprofit organization that is dedicated to locating and honoring World War II veterans with free Dream Flights in restored WWII-era biplanes during Operation September Freedom. Operation September

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American Again To Serve as Official Airline of Dream Flights

American-JetBlue Deal Draws Scrutiny and 9 Other Top Travel Stories This Week

Throughout the week we are posting original stories night and day covering news and travel trends, including on the impact of coronavirus. Every weekend we will offer you a chance to read the most essential stories again in case you missed them earlier. Airlines Will Watch Closely the Biden-Era Scrutiny of the American-JetBlue Partnership: The Justice Department is reviewing the controversial new partnership between American Airlines and JetBlue Airways for antitrust concerns. If the deal is off, what does

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American-JetBlue Deal Draws Scrutiny and 9 Other Top Travel Stories This Week

Airlines planning robust summer flight schedules for Aspen market

An American Airlines flight from Dallas-Fort Worth arrives in Aspen in this photo taken last June. The commercial carrier is planning to add a new nonstop daily flight to Aspen this summer, from Austin, Texas. The Aspen-Pitkin County Airport is poised to have more summer flights this year than ever before — 23 flights daily compared with the pre-COVID peak of 20 flights daily in the summer of 2019. United Airlines and American Airlines, the two commercial carriers serving the Aspen market, are forecasting

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Airlines planning robust summer flight schedules for Aspen market

The rights you give up when you buy a plane ticket

An Ivy League professor’s mistaken removal from a flight is raising questions about passenger rights. American Airlines questioned economist Guido Menzio after another passenger raised terror suspicions over his intense writing, which turned out to be complicated math. He was allowed to fly, but the mix-up caused a two-hour delay. Kris Van Cleave reports. Source

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The rights you give up when you buy a plane ticket

Charlotte, North Carolina to Nairobi, Kenya for only $648 roundtrip (Jan-Mar dates)

April 16, 2021 Cheap flights from Charlotte, North Carolina to Nairobi, Kenya for only $648 roundtrip with American Airlines and British Airways. DEPART: Charlotte, USA ARRIVE: Nairobi, Kenya RETURN: Charlotte, USA DATES: Availability from January to March 2022 Example dates: 3rd-10th Jan 5th-12th Jan 11th-18th Jan 17th-24th Jan 19th-26th Jan 14th-21st Feb 16th-23rd Feb 22nd Feb – 1st Mar 28th Feb – 7th Mar – More dates are available for $653 roundtrip: 9th-16th Jan 13th-20th Jan 2nd-9th

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Charlotte, North Carolina to Nairobi, Kenya for only $648 roundtrip (Jan-Mar dates)

American Airlines to bring back 200 flight attendants in preparation for summer travel

CNN– American Airlines says they’re bringing back 200 flight attendants in July as it prepares for a busy flying summer. The Flight Attendants Union told its members any necessary training will take place in May. American Airlines is planning to fly more than 90% of the domestic seat capacity it flew in 2019, the summer before the pandemic. The airline says it will soon be flying all of the planes it put in storage by the end of the year.

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American Airlines to bring back 200 flight attendants in preparation for summer travel

American Airlines Faces Turbulent Times Ahead

American Airlines is the largest airline in the world, but AAL stock is not attractive now American Airlines Group Inc. (NASDAQ:AAL) is the “largest airline in the world in terms of revenue passenger mile, scheduled passengers carried, and fleet size” according to ZIPPIA. Furthermore, the airline industry and travel industry are set to recover rapidly in 2021, as there is a global vaccination program to put an end to the novel coronavirus pandemic. So is AAL stock a recovery stock pick now? Source: GagliardiPhotography

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American Airlines Faces Turbulent Times Ahead

Orlando airport to welcome dozens of destinations from these 12 airlines

Nearly 30 destinations will be returning or starting for the first time this summer and connecting Central Florida to various parts of the globe. Aer Lingus, American Airlines, Frontier Airlines, Emirates and more will help rebuild travel to Orlando International Airport, which saw flights scaled back due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Flights vary from once to multiple times a week, and some are seasonal only. The activity is a good sign for the summer season as it shows airline companies see potential demand and

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Orlando airport to welcome dozens of destinations from these 12 airlines

The Tulsa Auto Show

Senior royals walk in the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral procession Remembering the Bay of Pigs invasion, 60 years later Surigae becomes the first super typhoon of the season COVID surviving doctor urges people to get vaccinated Concerts are coming back to Tulsa What the Ale: Marshall Brewing Co.'s barrel-aged Big Jamoke Editorial Pages Editor Wayne Greene reads the Tulsa World April 16 editorial: Good news for American Airlines is good news for Tulsa Editorial Pages Editor Wayne Greene reads the Tulsa World April

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The Tulsa Auto Show

Families of boat workers clinging to hope

Senior royals walk in the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral procession Remembering the Bay of Pigs invasion, 60 years later Surigae becomes the first super typhoon of the season COVID surviving doctor urges people to get vaccinated Concerts are coming back to Tulsa What the Ale: Marshall Brewing Co.'s barrel-aged Big Jamoke Editorial Pages Editor Wayne Greene reads the Tulsa World April 16 editorial: Good news for American Airlines is good news for Tulsa Editorial Pages Editor Wayne Greene reads the Tulsa World April

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Families of boat workers clinging to hope

American Airlines Launching More Routes this Summer

This post may contain affiliate links; please read our advertiser disclosure for more information. American Airlines Launching More Routes this Summer American Airlines is resuming more routes and launching new ones tis summer, as it continues to rebuild its network to match demand. The airline expects to fly more than 90% of its domestic seat capacity compared to summer 2019 and 80% of its international seat capacity compared to 2019. “Throughout the pandemic, our trademark has been to build a schedule based

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American Airlines Launching More Routes this Summer

Watch Now: What Americans are most stressed about

Senior royals walk in the Duke of Edinburgh's funeral procession Remembering the Bay of Pigs invasion, 60 years later Surigae becomes the first super typhoon of the season COVID surviving doctor urges people to get vaccinated Concerts are coming back to Tulsa What the Ale: Marshall Brewing Co.'s barrel-aged Big Jamoke Editorial Pages Editor Wayne Greene reads the Tulsa World April 16 editorial: Good news for American Airlines is good news for Tulsa Editorial Pages Editor Wayne Greene reads the Tulsa World April

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Watch Now: What Americans are most stressed about

American Airlines signs on for second year as ‘Official Airline For Dream Flights’

Dream Flights made this announcement: Dream Flights, a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring America’s veterans and seniors living in retirement and long-term care communities, is pleased to announce American Airlines will continue to serve as the “Official Airline for Dream Flights,” which this year launched Operation September Freedom, a historic mission to locate and honor as many World War II veteran heroes as possible with free Dream Flights in restored WWII-era biplanes. Dream Flights pilots,

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American Airlines signs on for second year as ‘Official Airline For Dream Flights’

American Airlines Adding Capacity on Puerto Rico, Haiti Flights

An American Airlines 787 plane. American Airlines is expanding its capacity with widebody aircraft on several popular Caribbean routes this summer, Caribbean Journal has learned. This summer, American will be operating select flights from Miami to San Juan on Boeing 777-200 aircraft, according to a statement from the world’s largest airline. The carrier will also employ its Boeing 787-8 aircraft flights from Miami to Port-au-Prince, Haiti this summer, it said. American “will continue to offer more flights

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American Airlines Adding Capacity on Puerto Rico, Haiti Flights

PennyWise Episode 12: 2021 home remodeling trends

Surigae becomes the first super typhoon of the season COVID surviving doctor urges people to get vaccinated Concerts are coming back to Tulsa What the Ale: Marshall Brewing Co.'s barrel-aged Big Jamoke Editorial Pages Editor Wayne Greene reads the Tulsa World April 16 editorial: Good news for American Airlines is good news for Tulsa Editorial Pages Editor Wayne Greene reads the Tulsa World April 18 editorial: Gov. Kevin Stitt should sign bipartisan bill to limit insulin costs Barry Lewis talks with coach Michael

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PennyWise Episode 12: 2021 home remodeling trends

Don’t Be Too Quick to Book American Airlines in Your Portfolio

AAL stock is flirting with risky fundamentals Aside from the cruise ship industry, I can’t think of a worst-hit sector fundamentally than the air travel market. As the novel coronavirus began spreading its way around the world, American Airlines (NASDAQ:AAL) stock tumbled badly. Source: GagliardiPhotography / Shutterstock.com At one point, AAL stock was trading hands in single-digit territory, something that wasn’t seen since the aftermath of the Great Recession. Still, what we’ve learned from that economic

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Don’t Be Too Quick to Book American Airlines in Your Portfolio

15K cereal boxes toppled to honor school employee

Surigae becomes the first super typhoon of the season COVID surviving doctor urges people to get vaccinated Concerts are coming back to Tulsa What the Ale: Marshall Brewing Co.'s barrel-aged Big Jamoke Editorial Pages Editor Wayne Greene reads the Tulsa World April 16 editorial: Good news for American Airlines is good news for Tulsa Editorial Pages Editor Wayne Greene reads the Tulsa World April 18 editorial: Gov. Kevin Stitt should sign bipartisan bill to limit insulin costs Barry Lewis talks with coach Michael

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15K cereal boxes toppled to honor school employee

New CDC Guidance Suggests Airlines Should Continue To Block Middle Seats, Airlines Have Another Idea

In a new study conducted in November by the Centers for Disease Control based on laboratory modeling and released yesterday, the CDC doubled down on its recommendation that airlines should continue to block passengers from sitting in middle seats. The study indicated that middle seat vacancy reduced COVID-19 transmission by 23 to 57 percent compared to full aircraft occupancy on single-aisle and twin-aisle aircraft. A recommendation which many major airlines including American Airlines, United Airlines, Delta,

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New CDC Guidance Suggests Airlines Should Continue To Block Middle Seats, Airlines Have Another Idea