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AMERICAN AIRLINES FLIGHT EVACUATED AT HEATHROW AFTER SMOKE FILLS CABIN

American Airlines | June 26, 2016

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An American Airlines flight is evacuated on the runway at Heathrow Airport on Sunday after smoke was reported inside the cabin. This video shows passengers sliding down an inflatable emergency ramp on to the runway....

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AMERICAN AIRLINES PLANE EVACUATED AT HEATHROW AIRPORT

  | June 26, 2016

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Passengers escaped from an American Airlines plane at Heathrow Airport on Sunday morning, following a "technical issue". Footage of the aircraft showed passengers disembarking on an emergency slide at the rear of the aircraft at Terminal 3. Airport fire crews were dispatched to the aircraft, but no-one appeared to be injured during the evacuation....

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UNION HEAD ACCUSES AMERICAN AIRLINES OF ‘PILOT PUSHING'

American Airlines | July 28, 2016

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Is American Airlines pushing pilots too far? That's the fear from the head of the union representing them. Allied Pilots Association President Dan Carey says the airline is purposely pushing pilots to fly faster and change flight plans without pilot input. He says that could be trouble for travelers. It's called ‘pilot pushing,’ and the Allied Pilots Association calls it dangerous....

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IS AMERICAN AIRLINES CHARTING THE RIGHT COURSE TO FEWER FLIGHT DELAYS?

American Airlines | July 30, 2016

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If you're flying American Airlines, your pilot may be rushing to get there faster, according to allegations by the president of the Allied Pilot Association, and pushing the boundaries of safety, reports the Chicago Tribune. Allegations that American Airlines managers are encouraging pilots to redraw flight plans and to push aircraft to their limits in order to avoid flight delays are raising concerns, despite the airline's insistence that safety is their No. 1 priority....

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AMERICAN AIRLINES FLIGHT EVACUATED AT HEATHROW AFTER SMOKE FILLS CABIN

American Airlines | June 26, 2016

An American Airlines flight is evacuated on the runway at Heathrow Airport on Sunday after smoke was reported inside the cabin. This video shows passengers sliding down an inflatable emergency ramp on to the runway....

Read More
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AMERICAN AIRLINES PLANE EVACUATED AT HEATHROW AIRPORT

  | June 26, 2016

Passengers escaped from an American Airlines plane at Heathrow Airport on Sunday morning, following a "technical issue". Footage of the aircraft showed passengers disembarking on an emergency slide at the rear of the aircraft at Terminal 3. Airport fire crews were dispatched to the aircraft, but no-one appeared to be injured during the evacuation....

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UNION HEAD ACCUSES AMERICAN AIRLINES OF ‘PILOT PUSHING'

American Airlines | July 28, 2016

Is American Airlines pushing pilots too far? That's the fear from the head of the union representing them. Allied Pilots Association President Dan Carey says the airline is purposely pushing pilots to fly faster and change flight plans without pilot input. He says that could be trouble for travelers. It's called ‘pilot pushing,’ and the Allied Pilots Association calls it dangerous....

Read More
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IS AMERICAN AIRLINES CHARTING THE RIGHT COURSE TO FEWER FLIGHT DELAYS?

American Airlines | July 30, 2016

If you're flying American Airlines, your pilot may be rushing to get there faster, according to allegations by the president of the Allied Pilot Association, and pushing the boundaries of safety, reports the Chicago Tribune. Allegations that American Airlines managers are encouraging pilots to redraw flight plans and to push aircraft to their limits in order to avoid flight delays are raising concerns, despite the airline's insistence that safety is their No. 1 priority....

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