Recap of American Airlines' Statements on Flight 383

Saturday, October 29, 2016, 9:00 AM
Saturday October 29, 2016
Update American Airlines Flight 383, 12:41 p.m. CT
We are actively assisting the National Transportation Safety Board in the investigation of flight 383. Twenty-three passengers and one flight attendant reported non-critical injuries yesterday. All of our passengers who were evaluated at Chicago-area hospitals were treated and released last night. We are working with our customers to provide them with any assistance they need as they continue their travels with us.
Friday October 28, 2016
Update American Airlines Flight 383, 6:46 p.m. CT
American Airlines is fully cooperating with the National Transportation Safety Board in its investigation of flight 383. We are operating a special flight tonight to take our customers to Miami. Twenty passengers and one flight attendant reported non-critical injuries. Several were transported to Chicago-area hospitals to be evaluated. Members of American’s specially trained employee volunteer CARE Team have been mobilized and dispatched to those hospitals, and Chicago O’Hare International Airport to provide assistance for our customers, crew members and their families.
Friday October 28, 2016
Update American Airlines Flight 383, 3:57 p.m. CT
All passengers onboard flight 383 have been bused back to the terminal. Seven passengers and one flight attendant reported injuries and were transported to the hospital to be evaluated. We are taking care of our customers and crew and are re-accommodating our passengers on another flight to Miami this evening.
Friday October 28, 2016
American Airlines Flight 383
American Airlines flight 383, a Boeing 767 bound for Miami (MIA), aborted take off at Chicago O’Hare (ORD) due to an engine-related issue. The 161 passengers and 9 crew deplaned on the runway and buses are enroute to pick up the passengers and bring them back to the terminal.