No more standing by the baggage carousel, waiting for your luggage after your flight on American Airlines.The Fort Worth-based carrier announced this week that it is partnering with BAGS VIP Luggage Delivery for a new delivery service that will start today.American said customers at more than 200 U.S. domestic airports can have their bags delivered to their office, home or hotel for a fee."We think this service will be especially valuable to families traveling with children as well as our business travelers who need to go straight to a meeting or into the office," said American's managing director of customer operations planning David Vance.The service will cost $29.95 for one bag, $39.95 for two bags and $49.95 for three to 10 bags, the carrier said. Customers can purchase the service on AA.com when they book their flight or up to two hours before departure.Bags should arrive at their destination in one to four hours if it is within 40 miles of the airport. There is an additional $1 per mile charge for bag destinations that are 41 to 100 miles from the airport and it will take up to six hours to get your bag, American said.Magazine: Arlington is family-friendlyArlington made it on to Parenting magazine's top 10 cities with the best economies for families, snaring the No. 10 spot.It's the fifth Texas city on the list, published on its website. The magazine says families living in the top 10 cities can enjoy economic growth, stability and improved housing markets."Arlington makes the cut due to its steady housing market, high ranking on the Milken job growth index and 13th place for the Policom sustainable economy index," Parenting said. "When it comes to job growth, 80 percent of Arlington businesses expect to maintain their current staff levels, according to a survey by Manpower."Austin ranked No. 1, followed by Omaha, Neb.; San Antonio; Houston; Salt Lake City; Madison, Wis.; Arlington, Va./Washington, D.C.; and Dallas, at No. 9.DFW Airport wants iPhone usersTravelers with iPhones wanted.Dallas/Fort Worth Airport announced on Thursday that it is looking for 100 beta testers this fall to check out its new mobile application that it plans to launch next year.Those interested can head to www.dfwairport.com/beta and you can take a short survey posted by the airport.And don't worry, Droid and Blackberry users, you won't be left out as the airport looks like it will be testing the app on those platforms in addition to iPhone/iPad systems.Boxing-styled fitness club to openTITLE Boxing Club, a fitness concept that offers total body boxing and kickboxing workouts, is opening its first Tarrant area locations this month or next.The clubs will be at 5270 S. Hulen St., near Hulen Mall, in Fort Worth, and at 1551 U.S. 287 N in the Mansfield Pointe Shopping Center.The workouts are designed by former professional boxer Danny Campbell, a co-founder of TITLE. Its "power hour" workout is said to burn up to 1,000 calories.Mike Houseworth owns franchises for the Fort Worth-area clubs. He said he plans more locations in the next few years, including ones on Camp Bowie Boulevard and West Seventh Street.TITLE offers members an interval-based workout program that combines bouts of intense cardio and boxing exercises with short periods of rest. It does not promote actual fighting in its clubs.TITLE Boxing has 30 locations across the country and 200 reportedly are in development.