American Airlines takes fares off Orbitz
Chicago Tribune
American Airlines said Tuesday it has again withdrawn its fares from Orbitz-owned websites, including, because the airline could not come to an agreement with the Chicago-based online travel agency. American's fares will be yanked immediately.
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Orbitz shares drop after American Airlines withdraws its fares
NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- Shares of Orbitz Worldwide OWW, -5.22% slumped 3.9% to a 2 1/2-month low after American Airlines AAL, -0.20% said it has withdrawn its fares from its consumer websites after talks failed to produce a deal. Fares of US Airways, ...

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Hackers Force Emergency Landing Of American Airlines Flight
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ARIZONA-- An American Airlines plane was headed to San Diego when it was diverted to Phoenix due to what American Airlines called a "security related" issue. Threats from the hacker group Lizard Squad forced an American Airlines plane to land ...
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American Airlines Flight Diverted After Bomb Threat Tweet
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American Airlines flight diverted after gaming hacker group tweets bomb threat
Ars Technica
The situation got more serious, however, when the Lizard Squad account tweeted to American Airlines that it was "receiving reports that [Sony Online Entertainment CEO John Smedley]'s plane #362 from DFW to SAN has explosives on-board, please look ...