English: 271 passengers and crew aboard American Airlines Flight 191 and two on the ground lost their lives.
Portugues: 271 passageiros e toda a tripulação a bordo do aviçao da American Airlines vôo 191, mais duas pessoas no solo, perderam suas vidas.
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Where were you when it happened? Sarah tells her version of that day, and suggests new slogans for American Airlines. From "Jesus is Magic."
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one month after september 11th 2001 a airbus a300-600 american airlines 587 plunged into jamaica bay(newyork,usa) after tail ripping off.killing 260 on board and 5 on the ground
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Junior Dos Santos takes out Fabricio Werdum 1 minute 20 seconds into the first round of UFC 90. Watch Dos Santos take on Mirko Cro Cop in UFC 103 FRANKLIN vs BELFORT - Saturday, September 19th, live from the American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX.
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Kvitka Cisyk (Kasey Cisyk) (Ukrainian: Квітка Цісик, April 4, 1953 in Queens, New York March 29, 1998 in New York City) was a soprano singer best known to the Ukrainian-speaking world for her two albums of Ukrainian folk and pop songs, "Kvitka, Songs of Ukraine" and "Kvitka, Two Colors". Her name, Kvitka, is Ukrainian for "flower". To the English-speaking world she was known as Kacey (from her initials, K.C.), the voice behind commercial messages for products such as Coca-Cola, American Airlines, Mr. Pibb, Sears, JC Penney, Safeway grocery stores and Starburst candies. She did a lot of work for Ford, and sang the slogan "Have you driven a Ford lately?" In the 1970s she also recorded two movie soundtracks, "You Light Up My Life" (1977 Oscar Winning song) and "The One and Only". Her father, Wolodymyr Cisyk, a concert violinist and teacher, taught her to play the violin when she was 5 years old. Her greatest love was Ukrainian song, and in 1980 she recorded her first album, Kvitka, Songs of Ukraine which won top honors in the 1988 Ukrainian Music Awards. Her second album, Kvitka, Two Colors, was dedicated to "the spirit of the Ukrainian soul, whose wings can never be broken." Today, songs from both albums can be heard on radio in Ukraine. Both albums where nominated for a Grammy Award in 1990. Both "Song of Ukraine" and "Two Colors" were family projects. Kvitka's husband, Ed Rakowicz, a recording engineer, produced them. Her sister, Maria Cisyk, a concert pianist and teacher, played piano for them. Her mother, Ivanna, made sure that Kvitka's Ukrainian pronunciation was perfect. Cisyk died of breast cancer in 1998...pls. enjoy!!!
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LOS ANGELES (AP) — Kanye West and one of his bodyguards were arrested Thursday at Los Angeles International Airport after an altercation with paparazzi in which the rapper allegedly smashed a camera on the floor.
Airport police arrested West and his road manager, Don Crowley, who also serves as a bodyguard, on suspicion of felony vandalism shortly before 8 a.m., LAX spokesman Marshall Lowe said. He said early reports indicated that a camera valued at more than $10,000 was broken.
The incident happened before West and his bodyguard passed a security checkpoint at an airport terminal that houses American Airlines. The pair were scheduled to board a flight to Honolulu, Hawaii, Lowe said.
West's publicist declined to comment Thursday.
The arrest was first reported by TMZ, which posted video showing a man in a gray hooded sweatshirt, identified by the celebrity gossip site as West. The man throws a camera to the ground.
Another man in a red jacket grabs the shooter holding the video camera. The next frames show security intervening.
TMZ reported that it was its videographer who was attacked.
Lowe said police were interviewing witnesses and that West and Crowley will be booked at a Los Angeles Police Department station in Culver City.
West closed the MTV Video Music Awards on Sunday night, which was held at Paramount Studios lot in Hollywood.
The singer has a history of flaring his temper. After not winning any awards at the VMAs in 2007 despite several nominations, West declared he would never return to MTV and yelling at reporters. The year before, he crashed the stage at the MTV Europe Music Awards and unleashed an expletive-filed tirade after his video "Touch The Sky" failed to win an award.
According to Associated Press
Over the next few years, American Airlines will continue to phase out its fleet of MD-80s and expand its fleet of 737s with new aircraft from Boeing. On April 13, American introduced new 737-800 aircraft which are yet another step in American's effort to provide a more relaxed and enjoyable flying experience for its customers.
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