AMR, US Airways, and the Government Go to Counseling
Thus far, AMR and US Airways have fought the U.S. government's antitrust lawsuit tooth and nail. Now, the two sides are headed to mediation.
2 Critical Airports Now Supporting the Airline Merger
What does the support of these airports mean for US Airways and American Airlines?
United Continental Is the Brooklyn Dodgers of the Airline Industry
The Brooklyn Dodgers of the 1940s and early 1950s were always "waiting 'til next year" to win the World Series. Now, United Continental is developing an unfortunate habit of telling investors to "wait 'til next year" for major profit improvements.
Is the Third Time the Charm for United in Tokyo?
United Airlines has been trying for more than three years to gain access to Tokyo's Haneda Airport. In its third attempt to launch flights between Haneda and San Francisco, it may finally succeed.
AMR Surges to Record Profits
American Airlines parent AMR has become stronger than ever due to its bankruptcy reorganization. However, will AMR's rising profitability count against it as it attempts to merge with US Airways?
The Risk/Reward Potential Is Looking Better for American Airlines
Once an all-or-nothing bet, prospects for AMR common shares are improving.
AMR Releases September Operating Metrics
The company's key figures are generally a bit higher on a year-over-year basis.