Allied Pilots Association American Airlines Pilots Approve Deal By Bill Zeeble • Dec 7, 2012 American Airlines By an overwhelming 74 percent margin, American Airlines pilots have voted to ratify the tentative contract hammered out with the bankrupt carrier. Voting ended Friday at noon. American Airlines Ratchets Up Heat On Pilots By Shelley Kofler • Sep 27, 2012 Andrew Morrell / flickr American Airlines says it’s serious about taking pilots to court if, as the company claims, they continue to disrupt flights. And if that happens, the pilots union could be fined millions. Some Travelers Unhappy with American Airlines Delays By Courtney Collins • Sep 20, 2012 North Texas travelers now have fewer flights to choose from out of DFW. American Airlines has cut up to two percent of its flights following an increase in delays and cancellations. Most Texas School Districts Flunk Federal Test timlewisnm / (cc) flickr Seventy-five percent of Dallas public schools have failed the federal No Child Left Behind annual progress test. AMR Threatens To Void Contracts By Bill Zeeble • Mar 22, 2012 Kevin Harber / (cc) flickr Bankrupt AMR, parent company of American Airlines, has told its unions that without more concessions, it will move to cancel all contracts next week in court.