MD-80

Alaska Airlines wins on-time award, planespotting at LAX, first MD-80 freighter set to fly

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The mass cancellation of American Airlines MD-80 flights last month would not have happened if the FAA stuck with an earlier agreement.

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I can predict with certainty that there will be cancellations on Saturday — probably between 350 and 400.

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American Airlines announced this evening (Thursday evening) that there will be 570 cancellations of flights on Friday, April 11th.

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By now hundreds of thousands of American airline travelers have been inconvenienced, really inconvenienced. Why? Is this airline incompetence or FAA over regulation? Or a political CYA operation?

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Last week, American Airlines flight attendants called on the top executives at their airline to refuse their bonuses. Once, it was simply a question of money and fairness. Now, the question is of competence.

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American Airlines has posted on their website a willingness to offer compensation to passengers whose flights were delayed or canceled.

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After canceling more than 1,000 flights yesterday, American Airlines is expecting more than 900 cancellations today.

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Anyone flying American Airlines should check on their flights. Yesterday the airlines announced almost 500 flight cancellations and more are probably on the way as the week goes on.

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American Airlines in canceling nearly 10 percent of its schedule Wednesday as it performs safety inspections on its MD-80 aircraft.

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