Wal-Mart Adds Former American Airlines CEO Horton to Board
Wall Street Journal
Mr. Horton, who is 53 years old, oversaw the $17 billion merger between American parent AMR Group, which filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in November 2011, and US Airways Group that formed American Airlines Group in December 2013. American ...
Wal-Mart (WMT) Adds American Airlines (AAL) CEO Horton as DirectorStreetInsider.com (subscription)
Walmart Board of Directors Adds Former American Airlines Chairman and CEO ...Albuquerque Journal
Wal-Mart adds Tim Horton, former CEO of American Airlines, to its boardThe City Wire
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American Airlines' Envoy subsidiary to lose planes, jobs
FORT WORTH, Texas (AP) - American Airlines said Friday that it will transfer at least 50 planes away from its Envoy Air unit, leading to more job losses at Envoy. A spokeswoman wouldn't say how many jobs would be cut, but the pilots' union said each ...
American Airlines unit to transfer 50 regional aircraft, cut jobsReuters
American Airlines to transfer at least 50 jets from Envoy Air to other ...Dallas Morning News
American Airlines shifting more planes away from EnvoyFort Worth Star Telegram
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American Airlines, pilot union will continue talks
Dallas Morning News
American Airlines Inc. and its pilots union agreed Friday to keep negotiating over a new agreement that would combine the contracts of American and merger partner US Airways Inc. In doing so, American held off on calling for binding arbitration to ...

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American Airlines Plane Damaged by Bus in Atlanta
NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth
An American Airlines plane was damaged Friday evening after landing in Atlanta from Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Flight 232 was parked at its gate at Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport when a bus crashed into one of its wings.
Bus hits plane at Hartsfield-Jackson airportWSB Atlanta
Bus hits plane at Atlanta airport; no one hurtWRCB-TV

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Dallas Morning News (blog)

American Airlines, pilot union will continue talking on new contract
Dallas Morning News (blog)
Interpretation: American Airlines did not proffer binding arbitration Friday. Friday was the deadline it had set for the union to accept the general “framework” that American had set out on Nov. 11 for a contract combining American and US Airways pilots.