Gabriele Petrauskaite

American Airlines reveals prospective of the 737 MAX training

American Airlines announced the date when it plans to start pilot training for the grounded Boeing 737 MAX. Having 24 Boeing 737 MAXs on its fleet, it seems the airline is eagerly looking forward to returning the aircraft to the skies....


Pijus Jauniskis

American Airbus A320 lands with engine fire in San Antonio

An American Airlines Airbus A320 on approach to its destination declared Mayday due to a burning engine before safely landing without further incident in San Antonio, the United States....


Pijus Jauniskis

United to furlough 2,850 pilots after government aid expires

The US aviation workspace situation grew even grimmer after United Airlines announced the largest pilot furloughs in its history. The airline’s union says that 2,850 pilots would lose their jobs if the U.S. government decides against another airline bailout....


Pijus Jauniskis

American to cut domestic network to 15 US cities

American Airlines announced to be removing services to 15 cities in the United States due to low demand. The network cuts come into effect starting from October 7, 2020....


Pijus Jauniskis

American Airlines to double cargo-only flights in September

American Airlines plans to operate over 1,000 cargo-only flights in September 2020, essentially doubling its air freight services compared to August....


Pijus Jauniskis

American A321 accident goes unnoticed until post-flight check

An American Airlines jet completed a domestic journey with a reportedly uneventful landing before a post-flight inspection revealed a missing body part....


Valius Venckunas

Counting losses of US Big Four: who is hit the most?

As the financial results of the second quarter become available, the full picture of monumental losses COVID-19 lockdowns inflicted on the airline industry appears. Let’s take a deeper look at the worst crisis airlines have suffered so far....


Pijus Jauniskis

Paradigm shift in the US COVID fight: United leads the way?

Initiative and dedicated execution are required to steer a damaged boat through the rough waters, and as United and Delta Airlines continue to improve their policies, other airlines seem to have taken an easier road by looking at their competitors for a course of action....


Rytis Beresnevicius

Why AA, IAG, Lufthansa, and United want to resume EU-US flights

The chief executives of American Airlines, International Airlines Group (IAG), Lufthansa and United Airlines sent an open letter to the United States Vice President and the European Union's legislators to ease travel between Europe and North America. But why?...


Rytis Beresnevicius

American Airlines pilots criticize AA over JetBlue partnership

While many were shocked by American Airlines' announcing a partnership with JetBlue, the company's pilots were highly critical of the deal....